Global RF Components Market to Exceed $ 23 Bn by 2026

April 30, 2019


Global RF components market is anticipated to reach USD 23.7 billion by 2026, according to the latest research available at Market Study Report LLC, report provides extensively data on market share, growth, trends and forecasts for the period 2017-2026.
 

Pioneering advancements enhancing antenna productivity by exterminating customary filters with next-generation tunable filters is anticipated to trigger the demand for RF components over the predicted timeline. The market is set to witness an increase in its share owing to augmenting demand from consumer electronics and automobile industry. Increasing efforts for the enhancement of creative and progressive wireless framework is forecast to propel the product demand, hence the market is likely to gain traction in the ensuing years.
 

The study claims that the burgeoning utilization of consumer electronics such as smart TVs, mobile phones, laptops, tablets, and set-top-boxes is anticipated to bolster industry revenues over the forecast period. Rising disposable income of consumers, particularly in emerging nations like India and Brazil together with global economic developments is projected to spur overall demand. Innovative advances in the domain of wireless correspondence and enhancement in materials used for amassing RF parts, for instance, Gallium Arsenide and Silicon Germanium are similarly expected to encourage industry development. Mounting eminence and reception of fast-paced systems, for instance, 4G and 3G have altogether influenced interest for RF parts, cites the study.
 

With RF developments, items that are authorized with web conventions set off upon their reality and extend everywhere across the globe. Developed countries, for example, China, U.S, and Japan had empowered this novelty with forward-thinking design of specialized devices a few years back.
 

Presently, a significant fragment of highly employed frequency ranges is engaged by mobile phones or government establishments or unlicensed associations with controlled transmission frequency. New devices, for instances, heads up display, tablets, etc. are required to rely on less favorable frequency ranges, that have high noise conveyance than the distributed low frequencies ranges.
 

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 Key findings of the RF Components market report are listed below:
 

•    Over fifty percent of the global revenue was accrued by consumer electronics market segment in the year 2017, which is slated to grow in the upcoming years on account of burgeoning disposable income resulting in the high purchase of technically advanced gadgets.
 

•    Increasing consumer spending on the mobile phone, tablets, and other electronic items is poised to spur product demand.
 

•    Power amplifiers captured over 25 percent market share in the year 2017 and are estimated to further enhance over the ensuing years attributed to the rising pervasiveness of 4G & 3G cell phones along with the flourishing trend of LTE.
 

•    In terms of regional contribution, North America accounted for over twenty-five share of the global market in the year 2017. Rising interest for higher profitability arrangements is projected to drive regional growth.
 

•    The Asia Pacific market is poised to demonstrate substantial gains over the foreseeable future ascribing to the burgeoning range of improved connectivity solutions in the region.
 

•    Antenna switches are assumed to develop at a rapid pace over the estimated timeframe, on account of increasing experimentation with switch designs, especially in premium category handsets. The burgeoning number of 4G and 3G handsets is predicted to support this fast development.
 

The leading organizations profiled in this business space include Toshiba Corporation, NXP Semiconductors n.v, Freescale Semiconductor, Inc., Skyworks Inc., Renesas Electronic Corporation, Taiwan Semiconductors Manufacturing Co Limited, Fujitsu Limited, RF Microdevices, Inc., Texas Instruments, Inc., RF Axis, and RDA Microelectronics, Inc.