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Antennas for Systems and Devices: Technologies and Global Markets -- Focus on the Asia-Pacific Region

NEW YORK, Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Antennas for Systems and Devices: Technologies and Global Markets -- Focus on the Asia-Pacific Region

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INTRODUCTION

Antennas are integral components of radios. Their operating principle is very simple: conversion between electrical energy and radiation. The simplicity of this principle has relegated antennas to the periphery of the active and innovative telecommunications research domain. For close to a century after antennas were invented, antenna technology was in the slow lane of evolution while other components such as basebands, modems, codecs and processors among others witnessed frantic development that led to superior performance. It is the advent of mobile devices that heralded the change in outlook of the industry towards antennas. Mobile devices have forced the industry to concentrate on form factor and power management apart from performance. These considerations amplified the research thrust on antennas as they had to conform to the limitations regarding form factor and power management. Wireless sensors are a progression of this approach wherein power management and form factor attain greater criticality.

Mobility also ushered in a boom in Internet access. Increased appetite for rich media applications has set off a race in the development of wireless standards that support such data transfer quantities. These demands cannot be met unless antennas are geared to handle the traffic. The development of smart antennas is an answer to such increasing demands.

It is important to highlight the role of end-use applications in determining the market prospects and technology development dynamic of antennas. Antennas are staggering in the diversity of frequencies served, material employed, forms assumed, power managed and range covered. End applications play a defining role in finalizing antenna specifications and pricing. The vast device-base that employs antennas has resulted in an extremely fragmented market with literally thousands of vendors.

Purposeful innovation requires capital, and those with deep pockets are often in the custody of the end-device makers themselves. It is not surprising to witness original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) engaged actively in antenna research and development.

The multiplicity of influencing factors and the disorganized nature of players involved make it challenging to render a snapshot of the antenna market. This report attempts to capture the essence of this simple but diversely employed component.

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

This study's goals and objectives include the following activities in regard to antennas:- Forecast the market size in terms of dollars and unit sales.- Classify the market size by key classification criteria in terms of dollars and unit sales.- Classify the market size by antenna technology in terms of dollars and unit sales.- Classify the market size by material in terms of dollars and unit sales.- Classify the market size by end-use application in terms of dollars and unit sales.- Classify the market size by geographical regions in terms of dollars and unit sales.- Identify the market size in key countries in terms of dollars and unit sales.- Classify the market size in individual end-use applications by antenna technology in terms of dollars and unit sales.- Classify the market size in individual end-use applications by material in terms of dollars and unit sales.- Classify the market size in individual end-use applications by geographical regions in terms of dollars and unit sales.- Highlight the roles played by major stakeholders and players.- Provide an overview of the activities of influential companies.- Examine crucial, innovative breakthroughs by means of a detailed patent analysis.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

Antennas, in many ways, are the cradle of wireless telecommunications. As wireless communications continues to break newer grounds, antennas follow. While most market studies cover specific aspects of the antenna market based on technology employed or end-use application catered, it is important to present a unified, comprehensive picture covering all mainstream antenna technologies and markets.

This report achieves this objective. Additionally, the report delves into the dynamics of 19 leading country markets and establishes the correlation of antenna prospects with that of the larger economies in those countries. The report also highlights the role played by innovation through a comprehensive patent analysis and brings out the close correlation between OEMs employing antennas and antenna research and technology.

The report quantifies the market for smart antennas—considered as the single most important innovation of the decade. It also places in context the role played by wireless sensors in shaping the antenna market.

The report examines the antenna market under the following key parameters:

- Antenna technologies.

- Materials.

- End-use applications.

- Regional dynamics.

- Key markets within countries.

- Changes in average selling prices (ASPs).

SCOPE OF THE REPORT

This report presents the forecasts for antennas for 2012 through 2017 on a volume and value basis.

Sales values are presented in U.S. dollars, while shipment volumes are presented in million units.

These forecasts are further broken down by antenna technology, antenna material, end-use application and geographical region.

The report covers the following antenna technologies:- Flat panel/short-range antenna.- Patch, miniature, embedded and other low power antenna.- Fractal antenna.- Medium gain antenna.- High gain reflector antenna.- Smart antenna.

Breakdown of materials includes:

- Metallic.

- Others.

Breakdown by end-use applications includes:- Aviation.- Telematics.- Television (TV)/radio infrastructure and user equipment.- Satellite communication infrastructure.- Mobile phones.- Wireless telecommunications infrastructure.- Computing applications.- Medical applications.- Defense and Surveillance applications.- Residential/industrial/commercial premises and user devices.

The regional breakdown focuses on the following geographical areas:

- The Americas.

- Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

- Asia-Pacific (APAC).

Country-specific analyses are included for the following countries:- Brazil.- Canada.- China.- France.- Germany.- India.- Indonesia.- Israel.- Italy.- Japan.- Mexico.- Netherlands.- Russian Federation.- South Africa.- South Korea.- Spain.- Turkey.- United Kingdom.- United States.

The Executive Summary chapter provides a snapshot of the dollar sales and shipment volumes for the overall antenna market.

The Global Markets for Antennas: Breakdown by Technologies, Material and End-Use Applications chapter introduces the antenna with key concepts central to understanding its functioning. It also introduces wireless sensors and explains their impact on the prospects of antennas. It then analyzes the different classification criteria: technologies, materials, geographical regions and verticals. In conclusion, it provides a snapshot of the end-user application sector classification.

The End-Use Application-Specific Analysis chapter breaks down the antenna market for each of the end-use applications along antenna technologies, antenna materials and geographical regions. The chapter will thus provide the reader with an in-depth view of the dynamics of individual end-use applications vis-à-vis antenna prospects.

The Regional Analysis chapters take a closer look at the antenna market for the various regions highlighted in this report.

The Major Participants in the Antenna Industry chapter identifies the major categories of stakeholders involved in the development and commercialization of antenna technology.

The U.S. Patent Analysis chapter covers innovations that impact antenna systems. Patents are categorized in terms of end-applications and technology as well as on the basis of allocation by year, assignee countries and assignee organizations.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

This report provides a granular analysis of the market for antennas. This report:- Breaks down the market by parameter measured in terms of dollars and unit sales.- Breaks down the market by antenna technology in terms dollars and unit sales.- Breaks down the market by material in terms of dollars and unit sales.- Breaks down the market by end-use application in terms of dollars and unit sales. It further breaks down the volume and value sales of individual end-use markets by antenna technology, material and geographical regions.- Breaks down the market by geographical region in terms of dollars and unit sales.- Identifies the market size of key markets within countries in terms of dollars and unit sales.

The report will be of value to the following industry players:

- Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and contract manufacturers of antenna systems and components in identifying the size and regional distribution of the antenna market.

- OEMs of products that embed antennas in understanding the technology and material pricing trends for antennas in their sector.

- Service providers and network designers in knowing the prospects of specific antennas in their domain.

- Semiconductor device makers.

- Wireless chipset makers.

- End users and distributors.

- Academic and research institutions.

- Financial institutions.

METHODOLOGY

Both primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this report. BCC Research presents an analysis across the global market for antennas based on reported revenue dollars and units shipped. We also analyzed data gathered from various research sources via the Internet. Interviews were conducted with well-placed industry sources.INFORMATION SOURCES

The following sources have been referenced:

- Primary research, including interviews with experts from companies operating in the handset and waveform domains.

- Published industry data.

- Shipment reports of nonlisted companies.

- 10-K reports.

AUTHOR CREDENTIALS

Shalini Ramamurthy has extensive experience analyzing and evaluating advanced information technology including telecommunications and optical networks. She holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electronics and Telecommunications from Kumaraguru College of Technology in Coimbatore, India, as well as a Master of Science degree in Telecommunications and Software Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

This report provides:

- An overview of the global market and technologies for antennas for systems and devices, with a focus on the Asia-Pacific region

- Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2011, estimates for 2012, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2017

- Discussion of antenna applications in different sectors, their benefits, their limitations, and their prospects in qualitative and quantitative terms

- Identification of different classification criteria: technologies (flat panel/medium-range directive antennas, miniature without fractal, miniature fractal, medium-gain directional antenna, high-gain reflector, and smart antennas), and materials (metal, ceramic, PTFE, and electrified gas)

- A breakdown of the antenna market for each of the sectors (aviation, telematics, TV/radio infrastructure and user equipment, satellite communication infrastructure, mobile phones, wireless telecommunications infrastructure, computing applications, medical applications, defense and surveillance applications and residential/industrial/commercial premises and user devices) along with antenna technologies and materials

- Comprehensive company profiles of major players in the industry

- Classifications of patents based on end-user applications.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 1

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY 2

SCOPE OF THE REPORT 2

INTENDED AUDIENCE 4

METHODOLOGY 5

INFORMATION SOURCES 5

AUTHOR CREDENTIALS 5

RELATED BCC PUBLICATIONS 5

BCC ON-LINE SERVICES 5

DISCLAIMER 6

CHAPTER 2 SUMMARY 8SUMMARY TABLE SIZE OF GLOBAL ANTENNA MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($MILLIONS/MILLION UNITS) 8

SUMMARY FIGURE SIZE OF GLOBAL ANTENNA MARKET, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS/MILLIONUNITS) 8

CHAPTER 3 OVERVIEW AND GLOBAL MARKETS FOR ANTENNAS - BREAKDOWN BY

TECHNOLOGIES, MATERIALS AND END-USE APPLICATIONS 12

INTRODUCTION TO ANTENNAS 12

HISTORY OF ANTENNAS 12

WIRELESS SENSORS - THE FUTURE OF ANTENNAS 13

ANTENNAS - CONCEPTS AND TERMINOLOGY 14

IPV6 OVER LOW-POWER WIRELESS PERSONAL AREA NETWORKS (6LOWPAN) 14

IEEE 802.15.4 14

APERTURE 16

BALUN 16

BLUETOOTH 16

CODE DIVISION MULTIPLE ACCESS (CDMA) 16

DIPOLE 17

DIPOLE ANTENNA 17

DIRECTIVITY 17

DIVERSITY 17

ENHANCED DATA RATES FOR GSM EVOLUTION (EDGE) 18

EFFICIENCY 18

ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE 18

ENOCEAN TECHNOLOGY 18

EQUIVALENT ISOTROPICALLY RADIATED POWER (EIRP) 18

FADING 18

FREQUENCY AND WAVELENGTH 19

FREQUENCY BANDS 19

GENERAL PACKET RADIO SERVICE (GPRS) 20

GLOBAL POSITION SYSTEM (GPS) 20

GLOBALNAYA NAVIGATSIONNAYA SPUTNIKOVAYA SISTEMA (GLONASS) 20

GSM 21

IMPEDANCE 21

ISM BAND 21

LONG-TERM EVOLUTION (LTE) 21

MAXWELL'S THEOREM 22

MONOPOLE 22

N CONNECTOR 23

NEAR-FIELD COMMUNICATION (NFC) 23

ORTHO MODE TRANSDUCERS (OMTS) 23

POLARIZATION 23

POWER GAIN 23

Q-FACTOR 24

RADIATION PATTERN 24

RADOME 24

RFID 24

SIDE LOBES 24

UNIVERSAL MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (UMTS) 24

ULTRA WIDE BAND (UWB) 25

VOLTAGE STANDING WAVE RATIO (VSWR) 25

WAVEGUIDES 26

WAVEGUIDE BENDS 26

WIFI/WLAN 26

WORLDWIDE INTEROPERABILITY FOR MICROWAVE ACCESS (WIMAX) 27

WIRELESSHART 27

Z-WAVE 28

ZIGBEE 28

ANTENNA TECHNOLOGIES 28

MARKET OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS 28

TABLE 1 GLOBAL ANTENNA MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 28

Shipment Sales 30

TABLE 2 GLOBAL ANTENNA SHIPMENTS, BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION

UNITS) 30

Average Selling Price (ASP) 31

TABLE 3 GLOBAL ANTENNA ASP BY TECHNOLOGY, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 31

ANALYSIS OF INDIVIDUAL TECHNOLOGIES 32

Flat Panel/Short Range Antenna 32

Other Antennas 32

Patch, Miniature, Embedded and Other Low Power Antennas 32

Patch Antennas 33

Planar Inverted F Antenna (PIFA) 33

GPS Antennas 34

Other Antennas 34

Fractal Antenna 34

Medium Gain Antennas 35

Yagi 35

Biconical Antenna 36

Discone Antenna 36

Spiral Antenna 36

Other Antennas 36

High Gain Antenna Including Reflector 36

Parabolic Antenna 36

Horn Antenna 37

Log Periodic (LP) Antenna 37

Other Antennas 37

Smart Antenna 37

MIMO Antenna 38

ANTENNA MATERIALS 38

MARKET OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS 38

Dollar Sales 38

TABLE 4 GLOBAL ANTENNA SHIPMENTS, BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 39

Shipment Sales 39

TABLE 5 GLOBAL ANTENNA SHIPMENTS, BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 39

Average Selling Price (ASP) 40

TABLE 6 GLOBAL ANTENNA SHIPMENTS, BY MATERIAL ASP, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 40

ANALYSIS OF INDIVIDUAL MATERIALS 41

Metal 41

Others 41

Ceramic and Other Dielectrics 41

Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) 41

Electrified Gas 42

GEOGRAPHICAL REGIONS 42

MARKET OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS 42

Dollar Sales 42

TABLE 7 GLOBAL ANTENNA MARKET, BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 42

Shipment Sales 43

TABLE 8 GLOBAL ANTENNA MARKET, BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 43

ASP 44

TABLE 9 GLOBAL ANTENNA MARKET ASP, BY REGION, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 44

ANALYSIS OF INDIVIDUAL GEOGRAPHICAL REGIONS 44

The Americas 44

EMEA 45

APAC 45

INTRODUCTION TO ANTENNA APPLICATION SECTORS 45

DOLLAR SALES 45

TABLE 10 GLOBAL ANTENNA MARKET END-USE APPLICATION, THROUGH 2017 ($

MILLIONS) 46

SHIPMENT SALES 47

TABLE 11 GLOBAL ANTENNA SHIPMENTS BY END-USE APPLICATION, THROUGH 2017

(MILLION UNITS) 47

ASP 49

TABLE 12 GLOBAL ANTENNA SHIPMENTS BY END-USE APPLICATION ASP, 2010–2017

($/UNIT) 49

CHAPTER 4 ANALYSIS OF APPLICATION-SPECIFIC END USES 52INTRODUCTION 52AVIATION 52OVERVIEW OF APPLICATIONS 52EXAMPLES AND USE CASES 53Rami AV-569 Antenna 53MARKET OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS 53Antenna Technology 53TABLE 13 ANTENNA MARKET FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATIONS BY TECHNOLOGY,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 53TABLE 14 ANTENNA MARKET FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATIONS BY TECHNOLOGY,THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 54TABLE 15 ANTENNA MARKET ASP FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATION, BY TECHNOLOGY,2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 55Antenna Material 56TABLE 16 ANTENNA MARKET FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATIONS BY MATERIAL,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 56TABLE 17 ANTENNA MARKET FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATIONS BY MATERIAL,THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 57TABLE 18 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATIONS BY MATERIAL,2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 57Geographical Region 58TABLE 19 ANTENNA MARKET FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATIONS BY REGION,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 58TABLE 20 ANTENNA MARKET FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATIONS BY REGION,THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 59TABLE 21 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION,2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 59Analysis of Observations 60TELEMATICS 60OVERVIEW OF APPLICATIONS 60Avenues Opened by Wireless Sensors 60EXAMPLES AND USE CASES 61Taoglas TG.09.0113 61MARKET OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS 61Antenna Technology 61TABLE 22 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 61TABLE 23 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY,THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 62TABLE 24 ANNUAL SALES PRICE FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BYTECHNOLOGY, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 63Antenna Material 64TABLE 25 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION, BY MATERIAL,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 64TABLE 26 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL,THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 64TABLE 27 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BYMATERIAL, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 65Geographical Region 65TABLE 28 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 66TABLE 29 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION,THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 66TABLE 30 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION,2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 67Analysis of Observations 67TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER EQUIPMENT 68OVERVIEW OF APPLICATIONS 68EXAMPLES AND USE CASES 68RCA ANT3020X 24-Element Universal Outdoor Antenna 68MARKET OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS 68Antenna Technology 68TABLE 31 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER EQUIPMENTEND-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 68TABLE 32 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER EQUIPMENTEND-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 70TABLE 33 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USEREQUIPMENT END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 71Antenna Material 71TABLE 34 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER EQUIPMENTEND-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 72TABLE 35 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER EQUIPMENTEND-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 72TABLE 36 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USEREQUIPMENT END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 73Geographical Region 73TABLE 37 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER EQUIPMENTEND-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 73TABLE 38 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER EQUIPMENTEND-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 74TABLE 39 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USEREQUIPMENT END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 75Analysis of Observations 75SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE 76OVERVIEW OF APPLICATIONS 76EXAMPLES AND USE CASES 76ATCi Simulsats 76MARKET OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS 76Antenna Technology 76TABLE 40 ANTENNA MARKET FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTUREEND-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 77TABLE 41 ANTENNA MARKET FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTUREEND-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 78TABLE 42 ANTENNA MARKET FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTUREEND-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY ASP, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 79Antenna Material 79TABLE 43 ANTENNA MARKET FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTUREEND-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 80TABLE 44 ANTENNA MARKET FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTUREEND-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 80TABLE 45 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTUREEND-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 81Geographical Region 81TABLE 46 ANTENNA MARKET FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTUREEND-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 81TABLE 47 ANTENNA MARKET FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTUREEND-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 82TABLE 48 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTUREEND-USE APPLICATIONS BY REGION, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 83Analysis of Observations 83MOBILE PHONES 84OVERVIEW OF APPLICATIONS 84EXAMPLES AND USE CASES 84Antenova Pentanova 84MARKET OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS 84Antenna Technology 84TABLE 49 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BYTECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 85TABLE 50 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BYTECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 86TABLE 51 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BYTECHNOLOGY, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 87Antenna Material 87TABLE 52 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 87TABLE 53 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL,THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 88TABLE 54 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BYMATERIAL, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 89Geographical Region 89TABLE 55 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 89TABLE 56 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION,THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 90TABLE 57 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BYREGION, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 91Analysis of Observations 91WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE 91OVERVIEW OF APPLICATIONS 91EXAMPLES AND USE CASES 92Argus Multibeam Base-Station Antennas from CommScope 92MARKET OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS 92Antenna Technology 92TABLE 58 ANTENNA MARKET FOR WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE END-USE APPLICATION BYTECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 92TABLE 59 ANTENNA MARKET FOR WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE END-USE APPLICATION BYTECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 93TABLE 60 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE END-USEAPPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 94Antenna Material 95TABLE 61 ANTENNA MARKET FOR WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTUREEND-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 95TABLE 62 ANTENNA MARKET FOR WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTUREEND-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 96TABLE 63 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONSINFRASTRUCTURE END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 96Geographical Region 97TABLE 64 ANTENNA MARKET FOR WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTUREEND-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 97TABLE 65 ANTENNA MARKET FOR WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTUREEND-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 98TABLE 66 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONSINFRASTRUCTURE END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 98Analysis of Observations 99COMPUTING DEVICES AND SYSTEMS 99OVERVIEW OF APPLICATIONS 99EXAMPLES AND USE CASES 99SkyCross iMAT-113-A 99MARKET OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS 100Antenna Technology 100TABLE 67 ANTENNA MARKET FOR COMPUTING DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 100TABLE 68 ANTENNA MARKET FOR COMPUTING DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 101TABLE 69 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR COMPUTING DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 102Antenna Material 102TABLE 70 ANTENNA MARKET FOR COMPUTING DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 103TABLE 71 ANTENNA MARKET FOR COMPUTING DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 104TABLE 72 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR COMPUTING DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY MATERIAL, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 104Geographical Region 104TABLE 73 ANTENNA MARKET FOR COMPUTING DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 105TABLE 74 ANTENNA MARKET FOR COMPUTING DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 105TABLE 75 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR COMPUTING DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY REGION, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 106Analysis of Observations 106MEDICAL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS 107OVERVIEW OF APPLICATIONS 107Avenues Opened by Wireless Sensors 107EXAMPLES AND USE CASES 108Taoglas Internal ILA ISM-SMT Antennas 108MARKET OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS 108Antenna Technology 108TABLE 76 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MEDICAL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 108TABLE 77 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MEDICAL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 109TABLE 78 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR MEDICAL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 110Antenna Material 111TABLE 79 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MEDICAL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 111TABLE 80 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MEDICAL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 111TABLE 81 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR MEDICAL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY MATERIAL, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 112Geographical Region 112TABLE 82 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MEDICAL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 113TABLE 83 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MEDICAL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 114TABLE 84 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR MEDICAL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS END-USEAPPLICATION BY REGION, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 114Analysis of Observations 115DEFENSE AND SURVEILLANCE DEVICES AND SYSTEMS 115OVERVIEW OF APPLICATIONS 115Avenues Opened by Wireless Sensors 115EXAMPLES AND USE CASES 116UBC Steerable Antenna and Tracker System for Threat Simulator Applications 116MARKET OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS 116Antenna Technology 116TABLE 85 ANTENNA MARKET FOR DEFENSE AND SURVEILLANCE END-USE APPLICATIONBY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 116TABLE 86 ANTENNA MARKET FOR DEFENSE AND SURVEILLANCE END-USE APPLICATIONBY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 117TABLE 87 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR DEFENSE AND SURVEILLANCE END-USEAPPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 118Antenna Material 119TABLE 88 ANTENNA MARKET FOR DEFENSE AND SURVEILLANCE END-USE APPLICATIONBY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 119TABLE 89 ANTENNA MARKET FOR DEFENSE AND SURVEILLANCE END-USE APPLICATIONBY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 120TABLE 90 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR DEFENSE AND SURVEILLANCE END-USEAPPLICATION BY MATERIAL, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 120Geographical Region 121TABLE 91 ANTENNA MARKET FOR DEFENSE AND SURVEILLANCE DEVICES AND SYSTEMSEND-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 121TABLE 92 ANTENNA MARKET FOR DEFENSE AND SURVEILLANCE DEVICES AND SYSTEMSEND-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 122TABLE 93 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR DEFENSE AND SURVEILLANCE DEVICES ANDSYSTEMS END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 122Analysis of Observations 123RESIDENTIAL/INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL PREMISES AND USER DEVICES 123OVERVIEW OF APPLICATIONS 123Avenues Opened by Wireless Sensors 123EXAMPLES AND USE CASES 124Fractus EZConnect FR05-S1-R-0-105 124MARKET OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS 124Antenna Technology 124TABLE 94 ANTENNA MARKET FOR RESIDENTIAL/INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL PREMISESAND USER DEVICES END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($MILLIONS) 125TABLE 95 ANTENNA MARKET FOR RESIDENTIAL/INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL PREMISESAND USER DEVICES END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 (MILLIONUNITS) 126TABLE 96 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR RESIDENTIAL/INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIALPREMISES AND USER DEVICES END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, 2010–2017($/UNIT) 127Antenna Material 127TABLE 97 ANTENNA MARKET FOR RESIDENTIAL/INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL PREMISESAND USER DEVICES END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 128TABLE 98 ANTENNA MARKET FOR RESIDENTIAL/INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL PREMISESAND USER DEVICES END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 (MILLIONUNITS) 128TABLE 99 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR RESIDENTIAL/INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIALPREMISES AND USER DEVICES END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 129Geographical Region 129TABLE 100 ANTENNA MARKET FOR RESIDENTIAL/INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL PREMISESAND USER DEVICES END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 129TABLE 101 ANTENNA MARKET FOR RESIDENTIAL/INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL PREMISESAND USER DEVICES END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 130TABLE 102 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR RESIDENTIAL/INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIALPREMISES AND USER DEVICES END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 131Analysis of Observations 131

CHAPTER 5 REGIONAL ANALYSIS - THE APAC MARKET 133

TABLE 103 MARKET FOR ANTENNAS IN MAJOR MARKETS IN THE APAC REGION, THROUGH

2017 ($ MILLIONS) 133

TABLE 104 SHIPMENT VOLUME OF THE MARKET FOR ANTENNAS IN MAJOR MARKETS IN

THE APAC REGION, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 134

HEALTH OF END-USE APPLICATIONS 134

TABLE 105 MARKET FOR ANTENNAS IN THE APAC REGION BY END-USE APPLICATION,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 135

TABLE 106 SHIPMENT VOLUME OF THE MARKET FOR ANTENNAS IN THE APAC REGION BY

END-USE APPLICATION, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 136

NOTABLE PLAYERS 137

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 139

MAJOR COUNTRY MARKETS IN THE APAC 139

CHINA 139

TABLE 107 MARKET FOR ANTENNAS IN CHINA, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS / MILLION

UNITS) 140

JAPAN 140

TABLE 108 MARKET FOR ANTENNAS IN JAPAN, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS / MILLION

UNITS) 140

INDIA 141

TABLE 109 MARKET FOR ANTENNAS IN INDIA, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS / MILLION

UNITS) 141

INDONESIA 141

TABLE 110 MARKET FOR ANTENNAS IN INDONESIA, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS/MILLION

UNITS) 142

SOUTH KOREA 142

TABLE 111 MARKET FOR ANTENNAS IN SOUTH KOREA, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS /

MILLION UNITS) 142

PATENT ANALYSIS 143

TABLE 112 U.S. PATENTS ON ANTENNAS ISSUED TO ASSIGNEES IN THE APAC REGION,

1976 TO OCTOBER 2012 143

CHAPTER 6 MAJOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE ANTENNA INDUSTRY 150INTRODUCTION 150PRINCIPAL STAKEHOLDER CATEGORIES 150ANTENNA MANUFACTURERS/OEMS 150DISTRIBUTORS 151ANTENNA IP OWNERS 151END-DEVICE MAKERS 151PROFILES OF KEY COMPANIES 151A.H. SYSTEMS, INC. 151Antenna Solutions Offered 152Prospects and Analysis 152ACCEL NETWORKS 152Introduction 153Antenna Solutions Offered 153Prospects and Analysis 153ACTIPASS CO., LTD. 153Introduction 154Antenna Solutions Offered 154Prospects and Analysis 154ADVANCED TECHNICAL MATERIALS (ATM) 154Introduction 154Antenna Solutions Offered 154Prospects and Analysis 155AEROSAT 155Introduction 155Antenna Solutions Offered 155Prospects and Analysis 156AIRGAIN 156Introduction 156Antenna Solutions Offered 156Prospects and Analysis 156AMT MICROWAVE CORP. 157Introduction 157Antenna Solutions Offered 157Prospects and Analysis 157COMMSCOPE 157Introduction 157Introduction 158Antenna Solutions Offered 158Prospects and Analysis 158ANTENNA DESIGN & MANUFACTURING CO. (ADM) 159Introduction 159Antenna Solutions Offered 159Prospects and Analysis 160LINX TECHNOLOGIES 160Introduction 160Antenna Solutions Offered 161Prospects and Analysis 161ANTENNA TECHNOLOGY COMMUNICATIONS, INC. (ATCI) 161Introduction 161Prospects and Analysis 162ANTENOVA 162Introduction 162Antenna Solutions Offered 162Prospects and Analysis 163AR RF/MICROWAVE INSTRUMENTATION 163Introduction 163Antenna Solutions Offered 163Prospects and Analysis 163ARC WIRELESS SOLUTIONS 164Introduction 164Antenna Solutions Offered 164Prospects and Analysis 164ARRAYCOMM LLC 164Introduction 165Antenna Solutions Offered 165Prospects and Analysis 165ASTRON WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 165Introduction 165Antenna Solutions Offered 165Prospects and Analysis 166BROADCOM CORP 166Introduction 166Antenna Solutions Offered 166Prospects and Analysis 166CALIFORNIA AMPLIFIER INC. (CALAMP) 167Introduction 167Antenna Solutions Offered 167Prospects and Analysis 167CERNEX 167Introduction 167Antenna Solutions Offered 168Prospects and Analysis 168COBHAM PLC 168Introduction 168Antenna Solutions Offered 168Prospects and Analysis 168DORADO INTERNATIONAL CORP. 169Introduction 169Antenna Solutions Offered 169Prospects and Analysis 169ETHERTRONICS 169Introduction 169Antenna Solutions Offered 170Prospects and Analysis 170FRACTUS 170Introduction 170Antenna Solutions Offered 171Prospects and Analysis 172HUBER+SUHNER 172Introduction 172Antenna Solutions Offered 172Prospects and Analysis 173L-3 COMMUNICATIONS 173Introduction 173Antenna Solutions Offered 173Prospects and Analysis 173LAIRD TECHNOLOGIES 173Introduction 174Antenna Solutions Offered 174Prospects and Analysis 174LOCKHEED MARTIN CORP. 174Antenna Solutions Offered 175Introduction 175Prospects and Analysis 175MOLEX 175Introduction 175Antenna Solutions Offered 176Prospects and Analysis 176MOTOROLA 176Introduction 176Antenna Solutions Offered 177Prospects and Analysis 177PHAZAR CORP. 177ANTENNA PRODUCTS CORP. 177PHAZAR ANTENNA CORP. 177Introduction 177Antenna Solutions Offered 178Prospects and Analysis 178SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS 178Introduction 178Antenna Solutions Offered 178Prospects and Analysis 179SARANTEL, INC. 179Introduction 179Antenna Solutions Offered 179Prospects and Analysis 180SKYCROSS 180Introduction 180Antenna Solutions Offered 180Prospects and Analysis 181TAOGLAS 181Introduction 181Antenna Solutions Offered 181Prospects and Analysis 182TECOM INDUSTRIES, INC. 182Introduction 182Antenna Solutions Offered 182Prospects and Analysis 183TEXAS INSTRUMENTS (TI) INCORPORATED 183Introduction 183Antenna Solutions Offered 183Prospects and Analysis 183THE BOEING CO. 184Introduction 184Antenna Solutions Offered 184Prospects and Analysis 184TOKO, INC. 184Introduction 184Antenna Solutions Offered 185Prospects and Analysis 185TRIMBLE 185Introduction 185Antenna Solutions Offered 185Prospects and Analysis 186TWIN ANTENNAS 186Introduction 186Antenna Solutions Offered 186Prospects and Analysis 186TYCO ELECTRONICS CORP. 187Introduction 187Antenna Solutions Offered 187Prospects and Analysis 187UBC, INC. 188Introduction 188Antenna Solutions Offered 188Prospects and Analysis 188ULTRA-CREA OY 188Introduction 189Antenna Solutions Offered 189Prospects and Analysis 189VIDEOCOMM TECHNOLOGIES 189Introduction 189Antenna Solutions Offered 189Prospects and Analysis 190VIDYUT YANTRA UDYOG 190Introduction 190Antenna Solutions Offered 190Prospects and Analysis 191WAVELINE, INC. 191Introduction 191Antenna Solutions Offered 191Prospects and Analysis 191WOKEN TECHNOLOGY 191Introduction 191Antenna Solutions Offered 192Prospects and Analysis 192

CHAPTER 7 U.S. PATENT ANALYSIS 194

INTRODUCTION 194

PATENT CATEGORIES 194

TRENDS BY CATEGORY 194

TABLE 113 CLASSIFICATION OF U.S. PATENTS RELATED TO ANTENNA SYSTEMS BY

CATEGORY, 1976 TO OCTOBER 2012 194

AVIATION 195

CELLULAR AND NON-CELLULAR MOBILITY TELEPHONY ACCESS AND USER

EQUIPMENT 195

DEFENSE AND SECURITY 196

GENERIC PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT INNOVATIONS 197

MARINE APPLICATIONS 198

MEDICAL ELECTRONICS 198

PORTABLE DEVICES 199

RADAR 199

RFID 199

SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS AND GPS 200

TELEMATICS 201

TV AND RADIO BROADCAST AND RECEPTION 201

GENERAL TRENDS 202

TABLE 114 ANTENNA SYSTEMS - U.S. PATENT TRENDS 1976 TO OCTOBER 2012 (NUMBER

OF PATENTS AWARDED) 202

TRENDS BY COUNTRY 202

TABLE 115 SHARES OF U.S. PATENTS RELATED TO ANTENNA SYSTEMS BY COUNTRY, 1976

TO OCTOBER 2012 (NUMBER/%) 203

TRENDS BY ASSIGNEE 204

TABLE 116 ASSIGNEES OF FIVE OR MORE U.S. PATENTS RELATED TO ANTENNA SYSTEMS,

1976 TO OCTOBER 2012 204

LIST OF TABLES

SUMMARY TABLE SIZE OF GLOBAL ANTENNA MARKET, THROUGH 2017 ($

MILLIONS/MILLION UNITS) 8

TABLE 1 GLOBAL ANTENNA MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 28

TABLE 2 GLOBAL ANTENNA SHIPMENTS, BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 30

TABLE 3 GLOBAL ANTENNA ASP BY TECHNOLOGY, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 31

TABLE 4 GLOBAL ANTENNA SHIPMENTS, BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 39

TABLE 5 GLOBAL ANTENNA SHIPMENTS, BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 39

TABLE 6 GLOBAL ANTENNA SHIPMENTS, BY MATERIAL ASP, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 40

TABLE 7 GLOBAL ANTENNA MARKET, BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 42

TABLE 8 GLOBAL ANTENNA MARKET, BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 43

TABLE 9 GLOBAL ANTENNA MARKET ASP, BY REGION, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 44

TABLE 10 GLOBAL ANTENNA MARKET END-USE APPLICATION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 46

TABLE 11 GLOBAL ANTENNA SHIPMENTS BY END-USE APPLICATION, THROUGH 2017

(MILLION UNITS) 47

TABLE 12 GLOBAL ANTENNA SHIPMENTS BY END-USE APPLICATION ASP, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 49

TABLE 13 ANTENNA MARKET FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATIONS BY TECHNOLOGY,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 53

TABLE 14 ANTENNA MARKET FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATIONS BY TECHNOLOGY,

THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 54

TABLE 15 ANTENNA MARKET ASP FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATION, BY TECHNOLOGY,

2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 55

TABLE 16 ANTENNA MARKET FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATIONS BY MATERIAL,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 56

TABLE 17 ANTENNA MARKET FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATIONS BY MATERIAL,

THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 57

TABLE 18 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATIONS BY MATERIAL,

2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 57

TABLE 19 ANTENNA MARKET FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATIONS BY REGION, THROUGH

2017 ($ MILLIONS) 58

TABLE 20 ANTENNA MARKET FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATIONS BY REGION, THROUGH

2017 (MILLION UNITS) 59

TABLE 21 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR AVIATION END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION,

2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 59

TABLE 22 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 61

TABLE 23 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY,

THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 62

TABLE 24 ANNUAL SALES PRICE FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY,

2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 63

TABLE 25 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION, BY MATERIAL,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 64

TABLE 26 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL,

THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 64

TABLE 27 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL,

2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 65

TABLE 28 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 66

TABLE 29 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION,

THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 66

TABLE 30 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR TELEMATICS END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION,

2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 67

TABLE 31 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER EQUIPMENT

END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 68

TABLE 32 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER EQUIPMENT

END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 70

TABLE 33 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER

EQUIPMENT END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 71

TABLE 34 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER EQUIPMENT

END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 72

TABLE 35 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER EQUIPMENT

END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 72

TABLE 36 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER

EQUIPMENT END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 73

TABLE 37 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER EQUIPMENT

END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 73

TABLE 38 ANTENNA MARKET FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER EQUIPMENT

END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 74

TABLE 39 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR TV/RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE AND USER

EQUIPMENT END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 75

TABLE 40 ANTENNA MARKET FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE

END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 77

TABLE 41 ANTENNA MARKET FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE

END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 78

TABLE 42 ANTENNA MARKET FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE

END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY ASP, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 79

TABLE 43 ANTENNA MARKET FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE

END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 80

TABLE 44 ANTENNA MARKET FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE

END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 80

TABLE 45 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE

END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 81

TABLE 46 ANTENNA MARKET FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE

END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 81

TABLE 47 ANTENNA MARKET FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE

END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 82

TABLE 48 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE

END-USE APPLICATIONS BY REGION, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 83

TABLE 49 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 85

TABLE 50 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BY TECHNOLOGY,

THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 86

TABLE 51 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BY

TECHNOLOGY, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 87

TABLE 52 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL,

THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 87

TABLE 53 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BY MATERIAL,

THROUGH 2017 (MILLION UNITS) 88

TABLE 54 ANTENNA MARKET'S ASP FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BY

MATERIAL, 2010–2017 ($/UNIT) 89

TABLE 55 ANTENNA MARKET FOR MOBILE PHONE END-USE APPLICATION BY REGION,

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