World 5G Sensible Antenna Market (2021-2026)

Dublin, April 1, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “5G Smart Antenna Market” by Type (Switched Multi-Beam Antenna and Adaptive Array Antenna), Technology (SIMO, MISO and MIMO), Use Case, Application and Region 2021-2026 “report was published added ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer.

This report assesses the 5G Smart Antenna market including key players, technologies and solutions. This includes the analysis of the product and service strategy for providers of intelligent antennas. The report assesses the role and importance of smart antennas in terms of 5G network optimization, including improving data speed coverage and maintaining quality of service.

The report evaluates and provides forecast for the Smart Antenna market by type (SIMO, MISO, MIMO), frequency range (FR1 and FR2), connectivity, and applications. In addition, the 5G smart antenna support of IoT solutions is assessed and forecasts for applications and services are provided. The report includes sales forecasts as well as planned deliveries of smart antennas from 2021 to 2026.

Select report results:

  • The Internet of Things 5G smart antenna market is set to reach $ 7.1 billion by 2026

  • 5G will largely only offer continuous mobility in metropolitan areas

  • Smart antennas with multiple inputs and multiple outputs are the fastest growing type

  • In addition to network optimization, intelligent antennas reduce energy requirements and other resources

  • 5G antennas are an indispensable prerequisite for supporting the smart cities market and the associated services

  • In terms of frequency ranges, FR1 will lead by 2026, but FR2 is growing almost three times as fast with a CAGR of 37.7%

Smart antenna arrays use MIMO (Multiple Input / Multiple Output) at both the source (sender) and destination (receiver) to improve signal quality. This is in contrast to non-array systems, which use a single antenna (and a single signal path) at the source and destination. The smart antenna market is nothing new as it offers efficient coverage for 2G, 3G and LTE. However, 5G smart antennas will be required to provide mobility support for many new and improved apps and services such as virtual reality, self-driving cars, connected vehicles and voice over 5G.

The story goes on

Smart antennas improve 5G coverage and optimize capacity by focusing RF signals where they are most needed. In addition, smart antennas improve the mobility of 5G applications and services by enabling more continuous connectivity, which can be especially useful with 5G cover seams. Otherwise, a 5G-enabled user experience may be degraded when a handover from 5G to LTE occurs.

5G cellular networks promise to improve many aspects of wireless communication, support improved mobile services, greater scalability for IoT systems and highly reliable communication for business-critical applications. Part of these benefits are based on the development of 4G LTE technologies as well as the unique capabilities of 5G New Radio (5GNR) based on a new infrastructure that supports millimeter wave RAN (mmWave) devices.

In particular, 5GNR needs intelligent antennas as it uses mmWave HF propagation. 5GNR involves a much lower wavelength (millimeters compared to centimeters to a meter for LTE) and therefore a higher frequency. Physics dictates that higher frequencies require more power and / or more coverage when an RF signal fades more than a lower frequency signal. For this reason, there must be at least an order of magnitude more antennas than are required for LTE. In this context, the US will rise from around 30,000 antennas to 300,000 or more at the national level.

5G antennas will be found practically everywhere in metropolitan areas, but it won’t be enough. While dramatically increased coverage will certainly support many early 5G applications, such as: B. Fixed line (ISP alternative, backhaul and fronthaul), it will not be enough to support continuous 5G mobility coverage. This is critical for certain applications such as self-driving cars and connected vehicle services, which often require high bandwidth when needed.

Accordingly, 5G smart antennas concentrate RF signals where they are most needed, using a technology known as beamforming, in which a narrow beam is focused exactly where it is needed instead of emitting the same energy over a wide area. Beamforming is particularly useful for 5GNR as the higher frequency mmWave RF is subject to distance blending and loss of attenuation caused by hitting objects (buildings, cars, foliage, etc.).

Main topics covered:

1.0 Summary

2.0 introduction
2.1 What makes an antenna intelligent?
2.2 Intelligent antenna systems
2.3 Advantages of an intelligent antenna
2.4 Smart antennas for 5G
2.4.1 Electronically Scanned Arrays and Phased Antenna Array Design
2.4.2 Slot-coupled microstrip patch antenna array synthesizer app
2.5 Intelligent antenna technologies
2.5.1 Fixed switching beam arrays compared to direction search arrays
2.5.2 MRC, STBC and spatial multiplexing
2.5.3 SIMO, MISO and MIMO
2.5.4 Multiple access to Space Division
2.5.5 Random beam formation
2.6 Intelligent Antenna Market Factors
2.7 Dispatch and Sale of Smart Antennas

3.0 Technology and application analysis
3.1 Intelligent antenna types
3.1.1 Switched multi-beam antennas
3.1.2 Adaptive array antennas
3.2 Digital antenna array
3.3 5G NR infrastructure and active antennas
3.4 Antennas for mobile devices
3.5 System Connectivity
3.6 Adaptive beamforming
3.6.1 Digital beamforming
3.6.2 Hybrid beamforming
3.7 5G MIMO multiple input / multiple output
3.8 Digital signal processing
3.9 Software reprogrammability
3.10 Software Defined Radio
3.11 Sectors of application for intelligent antennas
3.12 Intelligent antennas in the IoT
3.13 Machine Learning and Artificial Neural Network

4.0 Market dynamics for 5G smart antennas
4.1 Market drivers for 5G smart antennas
4.2 Challenges in the 5G Smart Antenna Market
4.3 Considerations for the solution of a 5G smart antenna
4.4 Use case analysis for 5G smart antennas
4.4.1 Voice over 5G
4.4.2 Mission-critical communication
4.4.3 Industrial automation and robotics
4.4.4 Connected and self-driving vehicles
4.4.5 Drones and unmanned aerial vehicles

5.0 Analysis of the 5G smart antenna ecosystem
5.1 Ericsson
5.1.1 Overview
5.1.2 Latest development
5.2 Cobham antenna systems
5.2.1 Overview
5.2.2 Latest developments
5.3 Intel Corporation
5.3.1 Overview
5.3.2 Latest developments
5.4 Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
5.4.1 Overview
5.4.2 Latest developments
5.5 ArrayComm LLC
5.5.1 Overview
5.5.2 Latest developments
5.6 Nokia Corporation
5.6.1 Overview
5.6.2 Latest developments
5.7 Motorola Solutions Inc.
5.7.1 Overview
5.8 Broadcom Inc.
5.8.1 Overview
5.9 California Amplifier Inc.
5.9.1 Overview
5.10 Sierra Wireless (Accel Networks)
5.10.1 Overview
5.10.2 Latest developments
5.11 ZHEJIANG JC Antenna Co. Ltd.
5.11.1 Overview
5.12 Qualcomm Incorporated
5.12.1 Overview
5.12.2 Latest developments
5.13 Honeywell International Inc.
5.13.1 Overview
5.14 Linx Technologies
5.14.1 Overview
5.14.2 Latest developments
5.15 riot networks
5.15.1 Overview
5.15.2 Latest developments
5.16 ANSYS Inc.
5.16.1 Overview
5.17 Smart Antenna Technologies Ltd.
5.17.1 Overview
5.18 NXP semiconductors
5.18.1 Overview
5.18.2 Latest developments
5.19 Corporation
5.19.1 Overview
5.19.2 Latest developments
5.20 COMMSCOPE
5.20.1 Overview
5.20.2 Latest developments
5.21 PCTEL Inc.
5.21.1 Overview
5.21.2 Latest developments
5.22 Comba Telecom
5.22.1 Overview
5.22.2 Latest developments
5.23 Airgain Inc.
5.23.1 Overview
5.23.2 Latest developments
5.24 Laird Technologies
5.24.1 Overview
5.24.2 Latest developments
5.25 MediaTek Inc.
5.25.1 Overview
5.25.2 Latest developments
5.26 LOCOSYS Technology Inc.
5.26.1 Overview
5.27 Leica Geosystems AG
5.27.1 Overview
5.27.2 Latest developments

6.0 Market analysis and forecasts for 5G smart antennas
6.1 Global 5G Smart Antenna Market 2021-2026
6.1.1 Overall market for 5G smart antennas 2021-2026
6.1.1.1 5G Smart Antenna Market according to type 2021-2026
6.1.2 5G Smart Antennas by frequency range 2021 – 2026
6.1.3 5G Smart Antennas by network type 2021 – 2026
6.1.4 5G Smart Antennas by technology 2021-2026
6.1.5 5G Smart Antennas from Connectivity System 2021-2026
6.1.6 5G Smart Antenna Market according to application 2021-2026
6.1.7 AI Embedded 5G Smart Antenna Market 2021-2026
6.1.7.1 Embedded 5G Smart Antennas from AI Technology 2021-2026
6.1.8 5G market for intelligent antennas in IoT 2021-2026
6.1.8.1 5G Market for Smart Antennas in the Internet of Things, by Application, 2021-2026
6.2 Regional 5G Smart Antenna Market 2021-2026
6.2.1 5G Smart Antennas Market by Region, 2021-2026
6.2.2 North America 5G Smart Antenna Market by Type, Technology, Application, AI, IoT, and Leading Country
6.2.3 Europe 5G Smart Antenna Market by Type, Technology, Application, AI, IoT and Leading Country
6.2.4 APAC 5G Smart Antennas Market By Type, Technology, Application, AI, IoT, and Leading Country
6.2.5 Latin America 5G Smart Antennas Market By Type, Technology, Application, AI, IoT, and Leading Country
6.2.6 Middle East and Africa 5G Smart Antennas Market By Type, Technology, Application, AI, IoT, and Leading Country

7.0 Conclusions and Recommendations

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