New Generation Of Wireless RF Products
The wide availability of the RF wireless unlicensed spectrum has encouraged wireless LAN suppliers to design standard logistics products and solutions that can be marketed and sold globally. The cost of 2.4 GHz products continues to decline through both advanced design integration, volume manufacturing efficiencies, and economies of scale. Market factors causing an expansion in the worldwide market potential for wireless RF LANs relate to supply chain efficiency and the need to share a broadband connection.
Factors Driving Wireless Logistics Market
|Emergence of new applications|
|Emergence new markets|
|Improved regulatory perspective|
|Allocation of 2.4 GHz frequency band for unlicensed wireless networks|
|Allocation of 2.4 GHz frequency band in most developed countries|
|Wide availability of unlicensed spectrum|
|Design of standard products|
|Design of standard solutions|
|Evolution of products that can be marketed and sold globally|
|Decline in cost of 2.4 GHz products|
|Advanced design integration|
|Advanced volume manufacturing efficiencies|
|Economies of scale|
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RF logistics markets represent the central use for wireless RF systems. Markets at $576.5 million in 2000 are expected to reach $6 billion by 2006. (
RF logistics systems and RF home networking depend on wireless LAN technology that can offer both data and voice functionality. It represents a central technology of the broadband services business.
The broadband services business is bringing high-speed Internet access to homes, small business and enterprises. Leading technologies for broadband services include hybrid fiber-coaxial cable, cable modem transmission over coax, asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) over telephone lines, and wireless metropolitan multipoint distribution systems.
Infrastructure spending will increase disproportionately to subscriber growth as companies seek to achieve broad systems coverage. Wireless data markets will grow very slowly until there is broad systems coverage and calls are not constantly interrupted but RF logistics technology is different and is being implemented immediately.
RF Logistics And Home Network
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