Software Defined Radio: Global Market by Application, Component, Platform, Frequency Band, and Region

Dublin,, July 20, 2018 / PRNewswire / –

The ‘Software defined radio market by application (defense, commercial), component (software, transmitter, receiver, ancillary system), platform (land, airborne, naval, space), frequency band (VHF, UHF, HF) and region – Global Forecast to 2022. “ the report has been added to At supply.

The software-defined radio market is expected $ 19.83 billion in 2017 and is expected to reach $ 30.00 billion by 2022 at CAGR of 8.63% from 2017 to 2022

Software-defined radios are increasingly being used by the military to improve the command and control of troops on the battlefield, as well as to improve situational awareness of the battlefield. Retaining factors for the growth of the software-defined radio market include issues related to ensuring seamless connectivity in a limited frequency band.

Based on the application, the software radio market is segmented into defense and commercial. The commercial applications segment is expected to grow with a higher CAGR than the defense segment over the forecast period, mainly due to the growth of the telecommunications and transport sectors. Software-defined radios used in these sectors can be upgraded, which is essential due to the adoption of new and emerging communication technologies, such as 4G and 5G, among others.

Based on the component, the software-defined radio market is segmented into software, transmitter, receiver and auxiliary system. The software segment is expected to grow with the highest CAGR over the forecast period due to increasing use in trading systems that are easily upgraded by software to increase their compatibility with new communication standards and military waveforms.

Based on the platform, the software-defined radio market is segmented on land, in the air, in the ship and in space. The space segment is projected to witness the highest CAGR during the forecast period due to the increased use of software-defined radios in satellites and launch vehicles.

Based on the bandwidth, the software-defined radio market is segmented into VHF, UHF, HF and other bands. VHF is expected to be the largest segment of the frequency band on the software-defined radio market during the forecast period due to the high use of VHF band in military communications.

The radio software market in Asia-Pacific region The region is expected to witness the highest growth rate in the forecast period from 2017 to 2022. Countries in this region are increasing their defense spending and focusing on strengthening their communication capabilities by purchasing modern communication systems. This is a huge market opportunity for communication system manufacturers.

Several major defense players are present in the software-defined radio market. Some of these players include Northrop Grumman (USA), BAE Systems (UK), Harris Corporation (USA), Thales (France), General Dynamics (USA), Rockwell Collins (USA), LeonardoItaly), ASELSAN (Turkey) and Elbit Systems (Israel). Other commercial players include ZTE Corporation (China), Huawei (China)and National Instruments (USA).

Harris Corporation is one of the best companies featured in the Radio Market Report. The company focuses on securing government contracts to achieve market growth and is a major supplier of software radios to the United States military. The company has a diverse product portfolio and invests heavily in research and development.

Key topics covered

1. Introduction
1.1 Objectives of the study
1.2 Market definition
1.3 Market scope
1.3.1 Regional scope
1.3.2 Years considered for the study
1.4 Currency
1.5 Restrictions
1.6 Stakeholders

2 Research methodology
2.1 Research data
2.2 Research design
2.2.1 Secondary data Secondary sources
2.2.2 Primary data Key data from primary sources
2.2.3 Breakdown of primary elections
2.3 Estimation of market size
2.3.1 Bottom-up approach
2.3.2 Top-down approach
2.4 Data triangulation
2.5 Research assumptions

3 Summary

4 Premium Insights
4.1 Attractive opportunities of the software-defined radio market, 2017-2022
4.2 Software defined radio market, through a commercial application
4.3 Software defined radio market for software component, by regions
4.4 Asia-Pacific software, defined by the radio market, by platform and country
4.5 North America: Software defined radio market, by frequency range

5 Market overview
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Market dynamics
5.2.1 Drivers Technological advances in software-defined radio Increasing acceptance of SDRs in telecommunications Increasing military spending on tactical communication
5.2.2 Restrictions Security considerations
5.2.3 Opportunities Increasing the demand for next generation IP systems Increasing demand for SDRs in national security, industry and commercial applications
5.2.4 Challenges Ensuring interoperability of different communication technologies Energy consumption

6 Trends in the industry
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Business models for software-defined radio programs
6.2.1 Investment models Government funding Out-of-Kit Military Solutions (MOTS) Convergence between government and industry: Ready-made government solutions (GOTS)
6.3 Emerging trends
6.3.1 Use of software defined radio (SDR) and cognitive radio (CR) in 5g technology
6.3.2 Mobile User System (MUOS): Mobile phone-like capability to software-defined radio stations
6.3.3 Cognitive radio: A merger of artificial intelligence and software-defined radio (SDR) Cognitive radio Adaptive radio Smart radio
6.3.4 Software Defined Radio Access Network (SDRAN)
6.3.5 Software-defined Doppler radar
6.3.6 Close communication
6.3.7 Multiband Tactical Communication Amplifiers
6.3.8 Next generation IP
6.4 Innovation and patent registration

7 Software defined radio market, by platform
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Earth
7.2.1 Corrected
7.2.2 Mobile Manually Hand backpack Vehicle Others
7.3 In the air
7.4 Naval
7.5 Space

8 Software defined radio market, by frequency range
8.1 Introduction
8.2 HF
8.3 VHF
8.4 UHF
8.5 Other tapes

9 Software defined radio market, by component
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Transmitter
9.2.1 Digital signal processor and Fpga
9.2.2 Power amplifier
9.2.3 Digital-to-analog converter
9.2.4 Others
9.3 Receiver
9.3.1 Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC)
9.3.2 RF component
9.3.3 Others
9.4 Software
9.5 Auxiliary system

10 Software defined radio market, by application
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Protection
10.2.1 Military communication
10.2.2 Internal security and emergency response
10.2.3 Space communication
10.3 Commercial
10.3.1 Transport
10.3.2 Intelligent transport system
10.3.3 Air traffic control communication
10.3.4 Telecommunications
10.3.5 Others

11 Regional analysis
11.1 Introduction
11.2 North America
11.2.1 USA
11.2.2 Canada
11.3 Europe
11.3.1 Russia
11.3.2 France
11.3.3 Germany
11.3.4 Great Britain
11.3.5 Europe
11.4 Asia-Pacific region
11.4.1 China
11.4.2 India
11.4.3 Japan
11.4.4 South Korea
11.4.5 Residue from Asia-Pacific region
11.5 Middle East
11.5.1 Saudi Arabia
11.5.2 Israel
11.5.3 Residue from Middle East
11.6 The rest of the world
11.6.1 Latin America
11.6.2 Africa

12 Competitive landscape
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Market ranking analysis
12.3 Competition scenario
12.3.1 Contracts
12.3.2 Launching new products
12.3.3 Acquisitions, agreements and partnerships

13 Company profiles
13.1 Harris
13.2 Rockwell Collins
13.3 Northrop Grumman
13.4 General dynamics
13.5 Thales
13.6 Bae systems
13.7 Rohde & Schwarz
13.8 Elbit systems
13.9 Leonardo
13.10 Viasat
13.11 Aselsan
13.12 National instruments
13.13 ZTE
13.14 Huawei

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