World Commercial Satellite Manufacturing Markets and Technology

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This study is an examination of commercial satellite manufacturing trends. It explores the market and technological drivers propelling the commercial satellite manufacturing industry as well as the factors that affect satellite replacement decisions. It also discusses the markets’ drivers and restraints, including technological issues and operator preferences as well as structural changes in the satellite manufacturing industry. It finds that the commercial satellite manufacturing industry is suffering from overcapacity and Frost & Sullivan does not expect this picture to change within the study period. Annual satellite orders will remain low when compared to the late 1990s and there is no proven “killer ap” to change this situation.

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World Commercial Satellite Manufacturing Markets and Technology, Executive SummaryScope of the StudyScope of the StudyCommercial Satellite Manufacturing MarketKey FindingsWorld Commercial Satellite Manufacturing Markets and Technology, Satellite Characteristics and TechnologyIntroductionIntroductionSatellite OrbitsOrbit TypesSatellite RegulationsSatellite Frequency BandsFrequency Band IntroductionC-BandKu-bandKa-bandSatellite Technology Electric PropulsionLithium-ion BatteriesImproved PayloadsNew Satellite DesignsCommunications Technology DevelopmentsWorld Commercial Satellite Manufacturing Markets and Technology, Commercial Communication Satellite MarketsOverview of Satellite Communications Services Overview of Satellite Communications Services Satellite Communications MarketsTelephone TrunkingVideo DistributionDirect to Home TVMobile Satellite ServicesBroadband DataWorld Commercial Satellite Manufacturing Markets and Technology, Satellite ManufacturersSatellite Manufacturer OverviewHistorical Market Baseline 1997-2003Satellite Mass ClassesIndustry StatusIndustry ConsolidationInternal ConsolidationManufacturing Market ShareSatellite Manufacturer ProfilesAlcatel SpaceBoeing Satellite SystemsEADS AstriumLockheed Martin Commercial Space SystemsOrbital Sciences CorporationSpace Systems/LoralWorld Commercial Satellite Manufacturing Markets and Technology, GEO Satellite Selection Satellite Selection CriteriaSatellite Selection OverviewSatellite CostFinancial and Technical CriteriaSatellite Size Selection CriteriaSatellite Acquisition ScenariosCapacity Replacement ScenarioCapacity Consolidation ScenarioCapacity Addition ScenarioLarge New Satellite ScenarioSmall New Satellite ScenarioWorld Commercial Satellite Manufacturing Markets and Technology, Top Five Fixed Satellite Operator FleetsTop Five OperatorsTop Five Operator OverviewSES GlobalIntelsatEutelsat S.A.PanAmSat CorporationJSAT CorporationSmaller Operators and Fleet Composition ResultsSmaller Satellite Operators (ranked 6th through 20th by revenue)Fleet Composition Implications for Satellite ManufacturersWorld Commercial Satellite Manufacturing Markets and Technology, Satellite Manufacturing Market DynamicsMarket DriversOverview of DriversSpecific DriversMarket RestraintsOverview of RestraintsSpecific RestraintsWorld Commercial Satellite Manufacturing Markets and Technology, Satellite Manufacturing ForecastSatellites ForecastCommercial Satellite Manufacturing Foreast 2005-2012Announced and Planned SatellitesSatellite Projections by MarketCurrent DTH and Video Market ExpansionExpansion in Other FSS MarketsEmerging MarketsFinal Projections




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