Wireless Communications Offer Opportunities and Challenges for Electronic Test Equipment

Wireless Communications Offer Opportunities and Challenges for Electronic Test Equipment

Wireless Developments Impact the Demand for Electronic Test

RELEASE DATE
18-Sep-2014
REGION
North America
Research Code: 9840-00-69-00-00
SKU: TM0361-NA-MR_18385

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This deliverable provides an overview of the key trends related to electronics in the wireless communications industry and the resulting opportunities for vendors of electronic test equipment. Diverse wireless communication standards, complex modulation schemes, advanced wireless devices, and high-bandwidth demanding applications are revolutionizing the industry. As a result of advances in technology, customers of test and measurement equipment also expect the testing tools to be advanced and provide higher performance, which translates into opportunities for the electronic test equipment market while challenging vendors due to the increasing complexity of the technologies.

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This deliverable provides an overview of the key trends related to electronics in the wireless communications industry and the resulting opportunities for vendors of electronic test equipment. Diverse wireless communication standards, complex modulation schemes, advanced wireless devices, and high-bandwidth demanding applications are revolutionizing the industry. As a result of advances in technology, customers of test and measurement equipment also expect the testing tools to be advanced and provide higher performance, which translates into opportunities for the electronic test equipment market while challenging vendors due to the increasing complexity of the technologies.
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Podcast No
Author Janani Balasundar
Industries Test and Measurement Instrumentation
WIP Number 9840-00-69-00-00
Is Prebook No