Driven by military applications and 5G telecom infrastructure, GaN RF continues growing
“In the past few years, RF applications have received a boost from the implementation of GaN technology,” asserts Ezgi Dogmus, PhD. Technology & Market Analyst at Yole Développement (Yole). “The main GaN RF market drivers remain telecom and defense applications.”
The total GaN RF market will increase from US$740 million to more than US$2 billion by 2025, with a CAGR of 12%.
The market research and strategy consulting company Yole releases this week the annual RF GaN technology & market report, GaN RF market: applications, players, technology, and substrates 2020. All year long, Yole’s analysts investigate this domain to get a deep understanding of the technology evolution, the potential application and business impact. GaN RF report proposes this year, an updated packaged device and bare die market segmentation as well as an extensive analysis of 5G wireless infrastructure and competitive analysis of GaN versus other existing technologies. This report also delivers a comprehensive analysis of the military GaN RF market…
This edition is part of an impressive collection of RF analyses including Active and Passive Antenna Systems for Telecom Infrastructure, 5G Impact on RF Front-end Module and Connectivity for Cell Phones and 5G Impact on Telecom Infrastructure. RF GaN technologies and market are also deeply analyzed in the new Compound Semiconductor Quarterly Market Monitor.
What is the status of GaN penetration in the applications and related technical challenges? What are the market drivers? How will evolve the competitive landscape, especially with the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak? What is the GaN’s positioning compared to LDMOS, in the 5G revolution? Yole’s analysts give you today a snapshot of the RF GaN industry.
In telecom infrastructure, the aftermath of U.S. sanctions related to Huawei slowed the GaN-based RRH market in 2019 and pushed OEMs to restructure their supply chain for the coming years. Nevertheless, GaN deployment will remain the same for the longterm… More info.
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