Distributed Antenna Techniques (DAS) Market with COVID-19 Impression Evaluation – International Forecast to 2025
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The global DAS market was estimated at $ 7.9 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach $ 10.7 billion by 2025, representing a CAGR of 6.2% over the forecast period.
The main drivers driving the growth of the market include the increase in mobile data traffic, an increasing number of connected devices due to the Internet of Things (IoT), increasing consumer demand for expanded network coverage and uninterrupted connectivity, and the construction of buildings on modern and modern lines sustainable concepts.
Active iDAS: The largest growing segment of the DAS market for indoor coverage
Several advantages of active iDAS compared to passive iDAS contribute significantly to the growth of the active iDAS market. An active DAS works with less signal loss and is more efficient than a passive DAS because the signals are transmitted over optical fibers instead of coaxial cables. Inactive DAS remote control heads are easier to maintain because of the automatic diagnostic and alarm systems they contain. An active DAS can easily be changed in relation to changing power levels and capacities in different locations. In addition, active DAS require less power to operate and have a lower risk of passive intermodulation (PIM), making them the preferred option over passive DAS for various commercial applications.
Neutral Host Ownership: The fastest growing segment of the DAS market by ownership model
With neutral host models, ownership shifts from network operators to building owners, DAS integrators or third-party system / service providers. An independent third-party host takes care of the financial, legal, regulatory and technical tasks, including the provision, installation and maintenance of the DAS system. The host that owns the system can lease system access to one or more operators. Thus, end users can benefit from a multi-carrier DAS while the host company has exclusive rights to the system. This model is successful for use in large venues such as stadiums, shopping malls and airports.
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APAC is projected to be the fastest growing geographic market between 2020 and 2025
The region is changing dynamically with the introduction of new technologies in different sectors. The infrastructural growth of APAC, particularly in China and India, and the increasing provision of 4G / LTE connections offer opportunities for the provision of DAS networks. According to the June 2020 edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report, data traffic in India is expected to reach 25 GB per month per smartphone by 2025. The increasing number of smartphone users, the proliferation of high-speed internet connections, and increasing urbanization are the main driving factors contributing to the growth of the DAS market in this region. With the advent of technologies like VR, AR and IoT, the content becomes more data-intensive, which requires seamless network connectivity and coverage. This would represent a significant opportunity for the DAS market in the region.
This research report segments the global DAS market based on supply (components and services), coverage (indoor and outdoor), user setup (& less than; 200K Sq.Ft., 200K-500K Sq.Ft.,> 500K Sq.). Ft.), Carrier Ownership, Neutral-Host Ownership, Enterprise Ownership, Vertical (commercial and public safety), and Geography (North America, Europe, APAC and RoW).
The global DAS market is dominated by some globally established companies such as CommScope (USA), Corning (USA), Axell Wireless (UK), Comba Telecom (China) and SOLiD Technologies (South Korea).
Increase mobile data traffic
Growing consumer demand for extended network coverage and uninterrupted connectivity
Growing number of connected devices due to the Internet of Things
Increasing demand for spectrum efficiency
Up-and-coming construction of buildings according to modern and sustainable concepts
Value chain analysis
Case study analysis
Mercy Hospital installed Cel-Fi’s Quatra to improve cellular connectivity indoors
The Hatcher Station Health Clinic is improving indoor coverage with the new DAS solution
Commscope’s Ion-E in-building wireless solution
Cellular coverage of Queen Alia International Airport
Cellular coverage of Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport
Michigan Plaza Indoor Cellular Coverage
Torre Diamante Indoor Cellular Coverage
Mercedes-Benz Superdome and New Orleans Arena Cellular Coverage
Price trend analysis for DAS provision
Regulatory Landscape – Public Safety DAS
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