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RF Power Semiconductor Devices

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Actionable Benefits

  • Will aid in resource planning and investment strategies for the major RF power device segments especially as the 5G rollout continues and frequency allocations are firmed up.
  • Reviews the different device technologies, vendor picture and business summary in a concise fashion.
  • Useful for evaluation of the health of the end industries and markets (Including 5G, Radars, Medical, Broadcast and Critical Communications) as RF power device market drivers parallel their associated equipment markets.

Critical Questions Answered

  • Who uses these devices?
  • Who are the major manufacturers?
  • How long will this market continue?
  • How big is this business?
  • Will there be new market entrants?
  • Why have RF power semiconductors been slow to accelerate 5G deployment?
  • Will Gallium Nitride devices start to erode the silicon-based dominance of high-power RF amplifiers?

Research Highlights

  • A descriptive breakdown and business summary of the six major sub-segments of this market.
  • How the 5-year forecast affects these segments, especially wireless infrastructure.
  • Total RF Power Device Revenue by Market Segment.
  • RF Power Device Market Share by Vendor.
  • Prefaced with a concise Executive Summary.

Who Should Read This?

  • RF power semiconductor device manufacturers.
  • Manufacturers of RF power equipment of all kinds.
  • Users of RF transmitting and power amplifying equipment.
  • RF device packaging manufacturers.
  • RF power semiconductor users.
  • RF power semiconductor manufacturers.
  • Governmental agencies.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1.1. RF Power Semiconductor Devices
1.3. Business Segment Discussion

2. RF POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE TECHNOLOGY IMPLICATIONS

2.1. Introduction to RF Power Semiconductor Devices
2.2. Device Technologies
2.3. RF Power Device Packaging

3. THE RF POWER DEVICE MARKETPLACE

3.1. Wireless Infrastructure
3.2. Military/Defense
3.3. Industrial, Scientific, and Medical
3.4. Broadcast
3.5. Commercial Avionics and Air Traffic Control
3.6. Non-Cellular Communications
3.7. The Vendor Picture