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NSR’s Flat Panel Satellite Antenna Analysis, 6th Edition (FPA6), is the ONLY resource detailing the market progress and opportunity for low-profile satcom antennas. This market includes mechanically- and electronically-steered, typically phased array antennas, which are seen as critical for Non-GEO constellations, and the complex SATCOM networks being built across the end-user landscape. The report builds on a half-decade of dedicated research on these antenna technologies, their major use-cases, average price points, and revenue opportunities by orbit/architecture.
At over 6M shipments of Flat Panel Antennas expected over the next ten years, these terminals continue to expand their reach into the Satellite Communications Ground Segment. Non-GEO HTS Consumer Broadband use-cases drive shipments, while mobility uses for Aeronautical or Government & Military End-users build cumulative revenues to over $16 Billion from 2020 to 2030. All told, even as the industry faces on-going supply-chain and macro-economic factors from COVID-19 the role of FPAs in building Satellite Communications networks over the next ten years continues to expand.
Overall penetration rates of Flat Panel Antennas amongst the “VSAT Market” (Broadband terminals using C/Ku/Ka-bands in GEO and Non-GEO Orbits) remains low over the next decade. From the inertia behind Parabolic Form Factors, to end-user total cost of ownership trade-offs, FPAs will continue to build their own niche within the satellite connectivity landscape. Outside a few use-cases such as Aeronautical or Non-GEO Consumer Broadband the dominance of these new technologies is far from certain.
The report explores many of the companies looking to build Flat Panel Antennas, the leading market opportunities, and the key technical factors for each application segment. NSR’s Flat Panel Satellite Antenna Analysis, 6th Edition report charts a path to growth over the next ten years, providing optimism for these new and emerging technologies.
Flat Panel Satellite Antenna Analysis, 6th Edition provides forecasts on key parameters to help readers access the various markets for:
ALCAN Systems, Arralis, Astronics Aerosat, Ball Aerospace, Boeing, C-Com, CIT, Collins Aerospace, GetSAT, Gilat, GoGo, hiSky, Honeywell, Inmarsat, Inster, Intelsat, Isotropic Networks, Isotropic Systems, Kratos Defense, Kymeta Corp., LeoSat, Lockheed Martin, Newtec, NXTCOMM, OmniAccess, OneWeb, Ovzon, Panasonic, Phasor Solutions, QEST GmbH, Satcube, SatixFy, SatPro, SES, SpaceX Starlink, StarWin, Tecom Industries, ThinKom, U.S. DOD, ViaSat, and Vites.