“I don’t envy a flat panel antenna manufacturer today,” sums up NSR President and COO Brad Grady. “There’s lots of bumps in the road in order to get to success.” One bright spot in the antenna market, he says, is the government and military vertical. In the antenna market, where commercial use cases, especially consumer.
The satellite industry continues to show remarkable changes, with new evolutionary technologies being launched in the space and ground segment consistently. The demand for internet connectivity will continue to rise as the COVID-19 pandemic pushes digitalization and forces people to work from home. For the Flat Panel Antenna market, this means existing and new FPA.
Today in 2021, the demand for Internet connectivity in households globally has drastically increased because of COVID-19 and strict lockdown measures. While economic and social activities become more reliant on digital solutions, consumer behaviors toward broadband connectivity have also changed. More satellite constellations are being launched than ever before, and a rapidly changing environment for.
A very impressive $17B in equipment revenues is anticipated and addressed by NSR’s Flat Panel Satellite Antenna Analysis, 6th Edition report. The report sees over 6M cumulative FPA shipments generating nearly $17B in equipment revenues over the next decade. The growing Non-GEO HTS Consumer Broadband market will yield nearly 5M in shipments alone, driven by the growing.
Consumer Broadband in Non-GEO HTS Drives Volume While Mobility Use-Cases Generate the Revenues for Flat Panel Satellite Antennas Cambridge, MA – NSR’s Flat Panel Satellite Antenna Analysis, 6th Edition report, released today, sees over 6M cumulative FPA shipments generating nearly $17B in equipment revenues over the next decade. The growing Non-GEO HTS Consumer Broadband market will.