The global 5G in defense market size is projected to grow from USD 64 million in 2020 to USD 1,318 million by 2025, at a CAGR of 57.9% from 2020 to 2025.
Factors such as higher network speed, and lower latency in 5G, and growing adoption of autonomous and connected devices are driving factors assisting the growth of 5G in the defense market.
The 5G in defense market is dominated by a few globally established players such as Ericsson (Sweden), Huawei (China), Nokia Networks (Finland), Samsung (South Korea), NEC (Japan), Thales Group (France), L3Harris Technologies, Inc. (US), Raytheon Technologies (US), Ligado Networks (US), and Wind River Systems, Inc. (US).
By Communication Infrastructure, the small cell segment projected to dominate 5G in the defense market during the forecast period.
Small cell segment growth is attributed to the large-scale deployment of small cells by 5G network operators. With the further introduction of the 5G network, the data connectivity speed is expected to increase significantly. As small cells can help facilitate 5G deployment, they are anticipated to play a pivotal role in the market for 5G communication infrastructure.
By platform, the airborne segment to lead 5G in the defense market during the forecast period.
By platform, the airborne segment is projected to register the highest CAGR during the forecast period. With advancements in 5G technology, airborne applications (such as drones) and mission-critical communications will be able to perform with increased efficiency.
North America is projected to lead the 5G in the defense market during the forecast period.
North America is estimated to lead the 5G in the defense market during the forecast period owing to increased investments by the US Department of Defense in 5G technology. The US is projected to be the largest developer and operator of 5G technology globally, resulting in a large share of the North American region in the global market. 5G technology in defense helps improve the processing and functioning of ISR (intelligence, surveillance & reconnaissance) systems, enables new command and control systems, enhances augmented and virtual reality applications, modernizes maintenance processes, and improves efficiency in logistics supply using technologies such as blockchain. With the increasing use of connected systems through IoT, a need for low-latency communication technology has risen. The allocation of a wide frequency band to the US military has opened new opportunities for system designers to develop 5G enabled components and enhance the operational efficiency of all related systems.
Key Topics Covered:
2 Research Methodology
3 Executive Summary
4 Premium Insights 4.1 Attractive Opportunities In 5G In Defense Market 4.2 5G In Defense Market, By Operational Frequency 4.3 5G In Defense Market, By Chipset 4.4 5G In Defense Market, By Network Type 4.5 5G In Defense Market, By Country
5 Market Overview 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Market Dynamics 5.2.1 Drivers 22.214.171.124 Growing Adoption Of Autonomous And Connected Devices 126.96.36.199 Higher Network Speed And Lower Latency In 5G 188.8.131.52 Demand For Information Processing For Big Data Analytics 5.2.2 Restraints 184.108.40.206 Lack Of Standards And Protocols For USe Of 5G 220.127.116.11 High Cost Involved In The Deployment Of 5G Infrastructure 5.2.3 Opportunities 18.104.22.168 Increase In USe Of Iot Technology In Defense 22.214.171.124 Increased Defense Budgets Of Different Countries For Unmanned Systems 126.96.36.199 Transition From On-Premises Legacy Systems To Cloud-Based Solutions 5.2.4 Challenges 188.8.131.52 Technological Design Challenges 184.108.40.206.1 Heat Dissipation In Massive Multiple Input And Multiple Output (Mimo) 220.127.116.11.2 Inter-Cell Interference Management 18.104.22.168 Issues Related To Spectrum Allocation 22.214.171.124 Security Concerns On Collaboration With 5G Suppliers 5.3 Value Chain Analysis 5.4 Technology Analysis 5.4.1 Portable & Transportable 5G Base Stations 5.4.2 Non-Standalone 5G Network 5.5 USe Cases
6 5G In Defense Market, By Communication Infrastructure 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Small Cell 6.2.1 Small Cells Can Provide Coverage Up To 2 Km 6.3 Macro Cell 6.3.1 Macro Cells Provide Radio Access Coverage Over A Large Network Area 6.4 Radio Access Network (Ran) 6.4.1 Ran Utilizes Radio Transceivers To Connect USers To The Cloud
7 5G In Defense Market, By Core Network Technology 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Software-Defined Networking (Sdn) 7.2.1 Sdn Allows Real-Time Changes In Telecom Networks Through A Centralized Control System 7.3 Fog Computing (Fc) 7.3.1 Fc Distributes Compute, Communication, Control, Storage, And Decision-Making Closer To Origin Of Data 7.4 Mobile Edge Computing (Mec) 7.4.1 Mec Enables Cloud Computing Capabilities And It Service Environment At Cellular Network Edge 7.5 Network Functions Virtualization (Nfv) 7.5.1 Nfv Is Advanced Network Technology That Employs Virtualized Network Services
8 5G In Defense Market, By Platform 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Land 8.2.1 5G Is USed To Manage Various Land-Based Platforms And Weapon Systems 8.2.2 Armored Fighting Vehicles 8.2.3 Unmanned Ground Vehicles 8.2.4 Command And Control Systems 8.3 Naval 8.3.1 Maritime Platforms Can Share Data Between Various Naval Vessels 8.3.2 Military Ships And Submarines 8.3.3 Unmanned Maritime Vehicles 8.4 Airborne 8.4.1 Airborne Platforms Are USe Long-Range Broadband Communication 8.4.2 Military Aircraft 8.4.3 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
9 5G In Defense Market, By Installation 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Upgradation 9.2.1 5G Architecture Upgradation Operates In Master-Slave Configuration 9.3 New Implementation 9.3.1 New Implementation Network Provides End-To-End 5G Experience To USers
10 5G In Defense Market, By Chipset 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Application-Specific Integrated Circuit (Asic) Chipset 10.2.1 Custom-Made Chipsets From Scratch For Specific Applications 10.3 Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit (Rfic) Chipset 10.3.1 Medium Operating Frequency Ranges From 4 Ghz To 6 Ghz 10.4 Millimeter Wave (Mmwave) Chipset 10.4.1 Deals With Frequency Bands From 30 Ghz To 300 Ghz
11 5G In Defense Market, By Operational Frequency 11.1 Introduction 11.2 Low 11.2.1 Low Operating Frequency Offers Coverage And Capacity Benefits 11.3 Medium 11.3.1 Medium Operating Frequency Ranges From 4 Ghz To 6 Ghz 11.4 High 11.4.1 High Operational Frequency Is Essential To Meet Ultra-High Broadband Speeds Projected For 5G
12 5G In Defense Market, By Network Type 12.1 Introduction 12.2 Enhanced Mobile Broadband (Embb) 12.2.1 Embb Supports Macro And Small Cells 12.3 Massive Machine Type Communications (Mmtc) 12.3.1 Mmtc Leverages Benefits Of Ultra-Low-Cost M2M 12.4 Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communications (Urllc) 12.4.1 Urllc Provides Ultra-Responsive Connections
13 5G In Defense Market, By End USer 13.1 Introduction 13.2 Military 13.2.1 5G Will Enhance Military Capabilities And Help Maintain Technological Advantage On The Battlefield 13.3 Homeland Security 13.3.1 5G To Enhance Surveillance And Training Capabilities
14 Regional Analysis 14.1 Introduction 14.2 North America 14.3 Europe 14.4 Asia Pacific 14.5 Middle East 14.6 Rest Of The World
15 Competitive Landscape 15.1 Market Evaluation Framework 15.2 Company Evaluation Quadrant 15.2.1 Star 15.2.2 Emerging Leaders 15.2.3 Participants 15.2.4 Pervasive 15.3 Market Ranking - 2019 15.4 Revenue Analysis Of Top 4 Market Players 15.5 Market Share (2019) 15.6 Competitive Scenario 15.6.1 Contracts And Agreements 15.6.2 Partnership 15.6.3 New Product Launches 15.6.4 Acquisitions 15.6.5 Funding
16 Company Profiles 16.1 Key Infrastructure Companies 16.1.1 Ericsson 16.1.2 Huawei 16.1.3 Nokia Networks 16.1.4 Samsung 126.96.36.199 Business Overview 16.1.5 NEC 16.1.6 Qorvo, Inc 16.1.7 Intelsat 16.2 Key Solution Providers 16.2.1 Thales Group 16.2.2 L3Harris Technologies, Inc 16.2.3 Raytheon Technologies 16.2.4 Wind River Systems, Inc. 16.2.5 Ligado Networks 16.2.6 Marvell 16.2.7 Orange 16.2.8 Gogo 16.2.9 Deutsche Telekom 16.2.10 Telecom Italia 16.2.11 T-Mobile USa, Inc 16.2.12 Aeromobile Communications 16.2.13 Smartsky Networks 16.3 Key Hardware Providers 16.3.1 Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. 16.3.2 Analog Devices, Inc. 16.3.3 Intel Corporation 16.3.4 Cisco 16.3.5 Mediatek Inc.