Digital and Satellite Radio

The most important question to be asked when looking at a digital radio is about the future of broadcast radio as a whole. With the pervasiveness of cellular networks, and cellular phones with personalized audio capabilities, why do we need a one-to-many technology anymore? What are the unique values that broadcast radio brings? Can they be replaced? When and how?

This report looks at the future of audio-centric digital radio services worldwide, the survival of broadcast technologies in the presence of increasing cellular device and service penetration, the unique roles that broadcast offers and how that could be supplanted by cellular-based technologies. We look briefly at the competition between video-centric mobile TV deployments and more traditional digital radio services. Finally, we forecast automotive and non-automotive digital radio shipments on multiple standards in the United States and Europe.

Table of Contents

  • 1. THE ROLE OF BROADCAST RADIO
    • 1.1. The Role of Broadcast Radio
    • 1.2. Will the Radios Be There?
    • 1.3. Radio Standards Review: DAB+, DRM, HD Radio, and Satellite Radio
    • 1.4. Mobile Digital Video Interaction with Digital Radio
    • 1.5. Radio Station Capital and Operational Costs
    • 1.6. Broadcast Radio on Cellular Handsets
    • 1.7. Cellular Carriers Emergency Alerts
    • 1.8. Regulatory Mandates Will Determine the Future of Radio
    • 1.9. Analog Shut-off (ASO)
    • 1.10. Cloud Music / Internet Radio
    • 1.11. Rich Media Services
  • 2. IS DIGITAL RADIO JUST ABOUT AUTOMOTIVE?
    • 2.1. DAB in Cars (United Kingdom)
    • 2.2. Digital Radio in Cars (United States), Satellite Radio, and HD Radio
    • 2.3. Other Markets
  • 3. STANDARDS BODIES AND OPERATORS
    • 3.1. Digital Radio Mondial (DRM)
    • 3.2. iBiquity (HD Radio)
    • 3.3. RadioDNS
    • 3.4. Sirius / XM
    • 3.5. WorldDMB
  • 4. IP MANUFACTURERS AND CHIPSET MAKERS
    • 4.1. Broadcom
    • 4.2. Frontier Silicon / Toumaz Group
    • 4.3. Imagination and PURE
    • 4.4. Intel (SiPort)
    • 4.5. NXP
    • 4.6. Siano
    • 4.7. Texas Instruments
    • 4.8. Silicon Labs
    • 4.9. Qualcomm
  • 5. REGIONAL STANDARD IMPLEMENTATION AND FORECASTS
    • 5.1. North America and Latin America
    • 5.2. Western Europe
    • 5.3. Eastern Europe
    • 5.4. Asia-Pacific
    • 5.5. Digital Radio Shipments and Cumulative Installations

Tables

  1. Digital Radio Adoption, North America and Mexico
  2. Digital Radio Adoption, Western Europe
  3. Digital Radio Adoption, Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa
  4. Digital Radio Adoption, Asia-Pacific

Charts

  1. Radio Sales in the United Kingdom, 2008 to 2013
  2. Penetration of Digital Radio Standards in Automobiles, United States and United Kingdom, 2010 to 2013
  3. Sirius XM Subscribers and Revenues, 2010 to 2013
  4. Cumulative Digital Radio Shipments, DAB and HD Radio Countries, Excluding South Korea
  5. DAB Radio Install Base by Country, Europe and Asia-Pacific, 2013
  6. Digital Radio Unit Shipments, Worldwide, 2010 to 2013
  7. Automotive Radio Unit Shipment Forecast, United States and Western Europe
  8. Forecast Digital Radio Penetration, United States, United Kingdom and other DAB Countries, 2010 to 2018
  9. Forecast Digital Radio Shipments, United States, United Kingdom, and other DAB Countries, 2010 to 2018
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Research Information

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Publish Date
2Q 2014
Code
AN-1685
Research Type
Business Models Analysis Report
Pages
24