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Rapidly Growing Radio Frequency (RF) Technologies

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The global market for products utilizing digital radio, high-definition TV, advanced cellular, wireless networking, radio frequency identification, global positioning systems, and radio frequency plasma was worth nearly $201 billion in 2010 and is expected to reach $416 billion in 2015, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.7% over the next 5 years.

In 2010, HDTV accounted for more sales than any RF technology in this group. This sector is estimated at $91 billion in 2010 and is expected to increase at an 18.4% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) to reach $212 billion in 2015.

Digital radio has the highest projected growth rate over the next 5 years. This market is valued at nearly $5 billion in 2010 and is expected to reach $12 billion in 2015, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of nearly 20%.

INTRODUCTION

RADIO FREQUENCY TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS

RF technologies use electromagnetic radiation or energy in the 15 kHz to 300 GHz range to accomplish a wide range of objectives, including broadcasting, two-way communication, manufacturing applications, and security and access control, to name only a few. This study is an update of a BCC Research report, first published in 2003, that describes and analyzes the market for seven "emerging" radio frequency (RF) technologies, including digital TV and radio, advanced cellular communications, wireless networking, the global positioning system (GPS), radio frequency identification (RFID), and RF plasma surface treatment.

STUDY BACKGROUND

The RF technologies covered in the 2003 BCC report have continued to grow, to the point where they can no longer be considered "emerging" technologies. However, their extremely favorable growth prospects continue to set them apart from older, more mature RF technologies, such as radiotelephone or analog TV broadcasting, whose markets are growing more slowly or not at all. BCC therefore believes that an updated market assessment is called for.

The economic importance of these seven RF technologies extends far beyond sales of equipment and related professional services. They support and make possible entire sectors of the economy, such as the wireless telecommunications industry. The services these sectors provide to end users are crucial to the efficient functioning of a modern economy.

RF technology is important not only from an economic standpoint but from regulatory, health, environmental, and national security perspectives as well. The increasing demand for RF bandwidth forces telecommunications regulators to consider ways of meeting the demand by opening new frequencies to the private sector and using regulatory or market mechanisms to allocate the available bandwidth among competing classes of users.

There are widespread concerns about the potential human health impacts of extensive exposure to RF emissions, such as a possible link between cell phone use and the incidence of brain cancer. While definitive evidence of cancer or other health impacts of RF exposure has not yet been found, the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) has established international guidelines on human exposure limits for RF fields. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and other governmental agencies have also issued RF exposure guidelines of their own.

In addition to concerns about the human health impacts of RF emissions, there are the environmental issues. The latter range from the esthetic impacts of nearly ubiquitous cell phone towers to the potential adverse effects of low-level RF on wildlife and birds.

Finally, RF technologies are an increasingly important component of national security. Modern military doctrine blends information technology and wireless communications to create capabilities never seen before on the battlefield. The RF spectrum has been compared with fuel, water, and ammunition, without which tactical operations are not possible.

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

Despite their potential importance, no recent, comprehensive analysis of the fastest-growing RF technologies and applications is available. This report is intended to satisfy the need for an objective, quantitative analysis that addresses these technologies in the context of the overall RF market. More specific objectives are to accomplish the following:

Identify the principal applications of these seven RF technologies, including applications that are expected to be commercialized in the 2010 through 2015 time frame

Quantify and analyze historical (2009) sales of each RF application

Identify and evaluate the impact of economic, business, demographic, technological, legal/regulatory, and other factors that will drive the future market for each of these applications

Forecast future (through 2015) sales of each application, including applications that have not been fully commercialized

Highlight the importance of these rapidly growing technologies to the RF industry as a whole

Analyze the economic, business, regulatory, environmental, health, and other macro issues raised by projected trends in the size and structure of the RF market

INTENDED AUDIENCE

The report has been written for the entire RF interest community, including the following:

Manufacturers, distributors and vendors of RF equipment

RF-oriented consultants and systems integrators

Regulatory, health, environmental and other government agencies concerned with RF

Researchers

The financial and analyst communities 

SCOPE OF REPORT

This report is an analytical business tool with the primary purpose of describing and analyzing the size and dynamics of the global market for selected RF technologies and applications. Major sections of the report cover the following topics:

Summary of findings and conclusions

Overview of the RF industry

Rapidly growing RF technologies and applications

Market size and segmentation

Market drivers and constraints

Detailed market projections by market segment, through 2015

Long-term outlook for the RF industry

METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES

Both primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this report. Findings and conclusions are based on information gathered from all types of participants in the RF market, including manufacturers, distributors, end users, consultants, and integrators. Interview data were combined with information gathered through an extensive review of secondary sources such as trade publications, trade associations, company literature, and online databases to produce the baseline market estimates contained in this report.

With 2009 as a baseline, market projections for each market segment were developed for the period through 2015. The projections are based on a combination of a consensus among the primary contacts combined with our understanding of the key market drivers and their impact from a historical and analytical perspective. The analytical methodologies used to generate the market estimates are described in detail in the chapter on Detailed Market Estimates and Projections, 2009 to 2015.

All dollar projections presented in this report are in 2009 constant dollars.

ANALYST CREDENTIALS

Andrew McWilliams, the author of this report, is a partner in the Boston-based international technology and marketing consulting firm, 43rd Parallel, LLC. He is also the author of numerous other BCC Research studies, including several that analyze various RF products and applications, such as the recent report, IAS020B RFID: Technology, Applications, and Global Markets; SAS011B Global Mobile Positioning Markets: Commercial, Military, Homeland Defense; and the predecessor to this report, IFT057A Emerging RF Technologies.

Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION

RADIO FREQUENCY TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS 1

STUDY BACKGROUND 1

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 2

INTENDED AUDIENCE 2

SCOPE OF REPORT 3

METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES 3

ANALYST CREDENTIALS 4

RELATED BCC RESEARCH 4

BCC ONLINE SERVICES 4

DISCLAIMER 5

Chapter-2: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET FOR RAPIDLY GROWING RF TECHNOLOGIES BY TYPE, THROUGH 2015 ($ BILLIONS) 6

SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL MARKET FOR RAPIDLY GROWING RF TECHNOLOGIES BY TYPE, 2009-2015 ($ BILLIONS) 7

Chapter-3: OVERVIEW OF RF MARKET

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF RF 8

PROPERTIES OF RF 8

Frequency and Wavelength 8

Dispersion and Directivity 9

Wave Propagation 9

RF BANDS 9

TABLE 1 RF BANDS 10

Very Low Frequency (VLF) Band 10

Low Frequency (LF) Band 10

Medium Frequency (MF) and High Frequency (HF) Bands 10

Very High Frequency (VHF) Band 11

Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) Band 11

Super-High Frequency (SHF) Band 11

Extremely High Frequency (EHF) Band 12

RF TECHNOLOGIES 12

Established Technologies 12

TABLE 2 ESTABLISHED RF TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS, 1895-1993 13

Rapidly Growing Technologies 13

Digital Radio 14

Technology 14

Satellite DR 14

Terrestrial DR 15

Products 16

Broadcast Equipment (Satellite) 16

Broadcast Equipment (Terrestrial) 16

Receivers and Antennas 17

High-Definition TV 17

Technology 17

Standards 18

FIGURE 1 DIGITAL TV SYSTEMS 18

Products 19

HDTV Program Production and Transmission Equipment 20

HDTV Set-Top Boxes 21

HDTV Displays 21

HDTV Displays (Continued) 22

Advanced Cellular Technologies 23

Wireless Networking 24

TABLE 3 WIRELESS NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES 24

Bluetooth 25

ZigBee 25

Z-Wave 26

INSTEON 26

Other Wireless Protocols 27

Wi-Fi 28

Digital Mobile Telephone Systems 29

Spread Spectrum Technologies 30

Mesh Networking Technologies 31

Radio Frequency Identification 31

Transponders 31

Identifier Formats 32

Frequencies 32

TABLE 4 COMMON U.S. TRANSPONDER FREQUENCIES 33

TABLE 5 PENETRATION CAPABILITIES OF RF TAG FREQUENCIES 34

TABLE 6 PENETRATION CAPABILITIES OF RF TAG FREQUENCIES 34

TABLE 6 (CONTINUED) 35

Power Sources 35

Functionality 36

Functionality (Continued) 37

Physical Form 38

Summary 38

TABLE 7 SUMMARY OF RF TAG FEATURES 39

Readers 40

RFID Antennas and Other Hardware 41

Global Positioning Systems 41

Infrastructure 41

TABLE 8 GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM COMPARISON 42

TABLE 9 HYBRID/AUGMENTED SATELLITE LOCATION-FINDING TECHNOLOGIES 43

TABLE 9 (CONTINUED) 44

GPS Receivers 45

TABLE 10 COMMON TYPES OF GPS RECEIVERS 45

RF Plasma Sources and Applications 45

General Principles 46

FIGURE 2 TYPICAL (CAPACITIVE) RF PLASMA SYSTEM 47

Types of RF Plasma 48

Capacitive RF 48

RF Induction 48

Microwave RF 49

Patent Analysis 49

FIGURE 3 U.S. PATENTS ON EMERGING RF TECHNOLOGIES BY TECHNOLOGY AREA ISSUED AS OF DEC. 1, 2009 (NUMBER) 50

FIGURE 4 RF PATENTS BY NATIONALITY OF ASSIGNEE (%) 51

MAJOR RF APPLICATIONS 51

RADIO AND TV BROADCASTING 52

Datacasting 52

Interactive and On-demand Programming 52

TELECOMMUNICATIONS 53

Enterprise Applications 53

Consumer Applications 53

DATA NETWORKS 54

TABLE 11 RF DATA NETWORKING APPLICATIONS 54

Personal Area Networks 54

Energy/Home Automation 54

Medical Telemetry 55

Personnel and Asset Tracking 55

Mobile Services 55

Local Area Networks 56

Hot Spots 56

Enterprise Networks 56

Home Networks 57

WLAN Phones 57

Industrial Automation and Process Control 57

Wide Area Networks 58

SECURITY/IDENTIFICATION 58

TABLE 12 RF SECURITY/IDENTIFICATION APPLICATIONS 59

Personnel Access Control/Monitoring 59

Vehicle Entry and Control 60

Vehicle Entry and Control (Continued) 61

Retail Anti-theft 62

Asset Tagging 63

Baggage Identification and Tracking 63

Library Books 64

Museum Collections 65

Document Tracking 66

Hospital Patient/Staff/Equipment Management 67

Anti-counterfeiting/Anti-tampering 68

Drug Anti-counterfeiting 68

Other Counterfeiting Areas 69

Livestock/Animal Identification 70

Cargo Container Security 71

Automatic Vehicle Identification 72

Parking and Gated Community Access 72

Fleet Tracking/Vehicle Location 73

Rail Car Identification and Tracking 73

Mining Anti-Collision Systems 73

Weighing Trucks 74

Traffic Management 74

Other Identification/Security Applications 75

E-PAYMENTS 75

RFID Payment Applications 75

Highway Tolls 75

Contactless Payment Cards 76

Transit Fare Cards 76

Other Formats 77

Security Improvements 78

Cellular Payment Applications 79

MATERIALS HANDLING/TRANSPORT/LOGISTICS 80

TABLE 13 RF MATERIALS HANDLING/TRANSPORT/LOGISTICS APPLICATIONS 80

Production Tracking 81

Silicon Fabs 81

Motor Vehicles 81

Other Manufacturing Applications 82

Automated Airline Baggage Systems 82

Warehouse Automation 83

Receiving 83

Putaway 84

Security/Documentation 84

Picking 84

Shipping 84

Shipment Tracking 85

Shipment Tracking (Continued) 86

SURFACE TREATMENT 87

Plasma Cleaning 87

Etching 87

Electronics 88

Medical Products 88

Other Industries 88

Surface Activation 88

Coating 89

MILITARY APPLICATIONS 90

TABLE 14 MILITARY APPLICATIONS OF EMERGING RF TECHNOLOGIES 90

High-Definition Military Imagery 90

Military Logistics Tracking and Security 91

U.S. Department of Defense In-Transit Visibility Network 91

Ordnance Security 92

Other Defense Organizations 92

Smart Munitions Telemetry Equipment 93

Electronic Identification Tags 93

Casualty Tracking Systems 93

Advanced Sensors 94

Tactical Communications 94

Enhanced Global Positioning System 94

Tactical Command and Control Systems 95

RESEARCH 95

Fusion Research 95

Advanced Rocket Propulsion Systems 95

OTHER APPLICATIONS 95

Gaming and Entertainment 96

Location-Based Services 96

Smart Appliances 97

RF END-USER SEGMENTS 98

AGRICULTURE 98

MINING 98

MANUFACTURING 98

HEALTHCARE 99

TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS 99

COMMUNICATIONS 100

RETAIL/PERSONAL SERVICES 100

GOVERNMENT/MILITARY 100

CONSUMERS 101

Chapter-4: GLOBAL MARKET FOR RAPIDLY GROWING RF TECHNOLOGIES

OVERALL MARKET 102

TABLE 15 GLOBAL MARKET FOR RAPIDLY GROWING RF TECHNOLOGIES BY TYPE, THROUGH 2015 ($ BILLIONS) 102

DETAILED MARKET ESTIMATES AND PROJECTIONS, 2009–2015 103

TECHNOLOGY MARKETS 103

Digital Radio 103

FIGURE 5 GLOBAL DIGITAL RADIO MARKET, 2009–2015 ($ MILLIONS) 103

Satellite Broadcasting Infrastructure 104

TABLE 16 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SATELLITE DIGITAL RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 104

Terrestrial Broadcasting Infrastructure 104

TABLE 17 GLOBAL MARKET FOR TERRESTRIAL DIGITAL RADIO INFRASTRUCTURE, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 105

Digital Radio Receivers 105

TABLE 18 GLOBAL MARKET FOR DIGITAL RADIO RECEIVERS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 105

HDTV 106

FIGURE 6 GLOBAL HDTV SALES, 2009–2015 ($ MILLIONS) 106

HDTVs 107

TABLE 19 GLOBAL MARKET FOR HDTV DISPLAYS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 107

Set-Top Boxes 107

TABLE 20 GLOBAL MARKET FOR HDTV SET TOP BOXES, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 107

Digital TV Broadcast Equipment 107

TABLE 21 GLOBAL MARKET FOR HDTV BROADCASTING EQUIPMENT, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 108

Advanced Cellular Technologies 108

FIGURE 7 U.S. MARKET FOR ADVANCED MOBILE INFRASTRUCTURE AND HANDSETS, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 108

FIGURE 7 (CONTINUED) 109

Handsets 109

TABLE 22 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SMART PHONE HANDSETS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 110

Cellular Infrastructure 110

TABLE 23 GLOBAL MARKET FOR ADVANCED CELLULAR INFRASTRUCTURE THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 110

Wireless Networking 110

FIGURE 8 U.S. WIRELESS NETWORKING DEVICE AND EQUIPMENT SALES, 2009–2015 ($ MILLIONS) 111

FIGURE 8 (CONTINUED) 112

Personal Area Networks 112

TABLE 24 GLOBAL MARKET FOR BLUETOOTH TECHNOLOGIES USED IN PAN APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 113

Energy/Home Automation 113

TABLE 25 GLOBAL MARKET FOR RF TECHNOLOGIES USED IN ENERGY AND HOME AUTOMATION APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 113

Wireless Local Area Networking 114

TABLE 26 GLOBAL MARKET FOR WLAN TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 114

Small Office and Home Networks 114

Enterprise Networks 114

Public WLANs/Hot Spots 114

Industrial Automation and Process Control 115

WLAN Phones 115

TABLE 27 GLOBAL MARKET FOR WLAN TECHNOLOGIES, 2009–2015 ($ MILLIONS) 115

Wireless Wide Area Networking 116

TABLE 28 GLOBAL MARKET FOR WWAN MODEMS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 116

Other Applications 116

TABLE 29 OTHER GLOBAL MARKETS FOR WIRELESS NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 117

RFID 117

FIGURE 9 GLOBAL MARKET FOR RFID TECHNOLOGIES, 2009–2015 ($ MILLIONS) 117

FIGURE 9 (CONTINUED) 118

TABLE 30 GLOBAL MARKET FOR RFID TECHNOLOGIES BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 118

FIGURE 10 GLOBAL RFID MARKET APPLICATION SEGMENTS, 2009–2015 (%) 119

TABLE 31 GLOBAL MARKET FOR RFID TECHNOLOGIES BY END-USER SEGMENT, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 120

FIGURE 11 GLOBAL RFID MARKET END-USER SEGMENTS, 2009–2015 (%) 120

FIGURE 11 (CONTINUED) 121

Identification and Security Applications 121

TABLE 32 GLOBAL MARKET FOR RFID TECHNOLOGIES IN IDENTIFICATION/SECURITY, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 122

Hospital Patient/Staff/Equipment Management 122

Retail Anti-theft 122

Livestock/Animal Tracking 123

Automatic Vehicle Identification 123

Travel Documents 123

Personnel Access Control and Monitoring 123

Vehicle Entry and Control 124

Anti-counterfeiting/Anti-tampering 124

Asset Tagging 124

TABLE 33 GLOBAL MARKET FOR RFID ASSET TRACKING APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 125

Baggage Identification and Tracking 125

Cargo Container Security and Tracking 125

Library Systems 126

Museums 126

Document Management 126

E-Payments 127

TABLE 34 GLOBAL MARKET FOR RFID TECHNOLOGIES IN E-PAYMENTS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 127

Highway Toll Collection Systems 127

Mobile Payments 128

Other Contactless Payments 128

Materials Handling/Logistics 129

TABLE 35 GLOBAL MARKET FOR RFID TECHNOLOGIES IN MATERIALS HANDLING/LOGISTICS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 129

Manufacturing Automation 129

Supply Chain Management 129

Warehouse Automation 130

Shipment Tracking 130

Military 130

TABLE 36 GLOBAL MARKET FOR MILITARY RFID TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 131

Military Logistics 131

Other Military RFID Applications 131

Other RFID Applications 131

TABLE 37 GLOBAL MARKET FOR RFID TECHNOLOGIES IN OTHER APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 132

Gaming and Entertainment 132

Location-Based Services 132

Smart Appliances 133

Global Positioning Systems 133

FIGURE 12  GLOBAL GPS EXPENDITURES, 2009–2015 ($ MILLIONS) 134

Infrastructure 134

TABLE 38 GLOBAL MARKET FOR GPS SATELLITE INFRASTRUCTURE, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 135

End-User Equipment 136

TABLE 39 SUMMARY OF GLOBAL MARKET FOR GPS END-USER DEVICES, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 136

Vehicle Navigation and Location Systems 136

TABLE 40 SUMMARY OF GLOBAL MARKET FOR GPS VEHICLE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS, THROUGH 2015 137

Consumer GPS 137

TABLE 41 SUMMARY OF GLOBAL MARKET FOR CONSUMER GPS DEVICES OTHER THAN VEHICLE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 138

TABLE 42 SUMMARY OF GLOBAL MARKET MOBILE PHONE GPS CHIPSETS, THROUGH 2015 138

Aviation 139

TABLE 43 SUMMARY OF GLOBAL MARKET FOR GPS CIVIL AVIATION NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 139

Machine Control 139

TABLE 44 GLOBAL MARKET FOR GPS MACHINE CONTROL SYSTEMS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 140

Military 140

TABLE 45 GLOBAL MARKET FOR GPS MILITARY APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 141

Other Applications 141

Plasma Surface Modification Equipment 141

TABLE 46 PROJECTED SALES OF RF PLASMA EQUIPMENT, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 142

RF Components 142

FIGURE 13 GLOBAL MARKET FOR RFICS, 2009-2019 ($ BILLIONS) 143

TABLE 47 GLOBAL MARKET FOR RF MEMS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 144

APPLICATIONS 144

TABLE 48 EMERGING RF APPLICATIONS SALES, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 144

FIGURE 14 EMERGING RF TECHNOLOGIES MARKET SHARES BY GENERAL APPLICATION, 2009 (%) 145

FIGURE 15 EMERGING RF TECHNOLOGIES MARKET SHARE BY GENERAL APPLICATION, 2015 (%) 146

END USERS 147

TABLE 49 EMERGING RF TECHNOLOGY END USER, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 147

FIGURE 16 RF TECHNOLOGY MARKET SHARES BY TYPE OF END USER, 2009 (%) 148

FIGURE 17 EMERGING RF TECHNOLOGIES BY TYPE OF END USER, 2015 (%) 149

Chapter-5: LONG-TERM MARKET OUTLOOK

DEVELOPMENTS THAT WILL INFLUENCE THE LONG-TERM MARKET FOR RAPIDLY GROWING RF TECHNOLOGIES 150

ECONOMIC TRENDS 150

TABLE 50 GLOBAL ECONOMIC GROWTH VS. PREVIOUS YEAR, 2005–2015 (%) 151

HEALTH/ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES 151

PRIVACY ISSUES 152

PRIVACY ISSUES (CONTINUED) 153

SECURITY ISSUES 154

TECHNOLOGY TRENDS 155

BANDWIDTH COMPETITION 156

Chapter-6: COMPANY PROFILES

CHECKPOINT SYSTEMS, INC. 157

CISCO SYSTEMS, INC. 157

D-LINK CORP. 158

DELPHI AUTOMOTIVE, LLP 158

DENSO CORP. 159

DIGITAL ANGEL 159

GARMIN CORP. 159

HTC CORP. 160

INNOVISION RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY, PLC 160

MEMX 161

NXP SEMICONDUCTORS N.V. 161

SAVI TECHNOLOGY 161

SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD. 162

STMICROELECTRONICS N.V. 162

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS 163

TRIMBLE NAVIGATION, LTD. 163

Chapter-7: APPENDIX

APPENDIX 164

ACRONYMS/ABBREVIATIONS 164

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