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Consumer Electronics Authors: Dana Gardner, Jayaram Krishnaswamy, Pat Romanski, Elizabeth White, Esmeralda Swartz

Related Topics: Consumer Electronics, Mobile Phones, Telecom Innovation, CES 2010 on Ulitzer

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Research and Markets: RF Power Amplifier and Transceiver Market Tracker

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vrlzkq/rf_power_amplifier) has announced the addition of the "RF Power Amplifier and Transceiver Market Tracker" subscription to their offering.

The mobile phone market continues to remain the dominate application market for RF power amplifiers, low noise amplifiers, and transceivers. The communications analog product category also includes AFEs for wired broadband and other wired networking transceivers. This tracker provides details on the RF and wired analog communications product market.

Current Trends:

- Chinese telecom focus on low cost smartphones

- Growing and competitive Indian phones market

- Samsung going for 2012 mobile phones market leadership

- New smartphones at CES 2012

- ITU approves IMT-Advanced specifications - Potentially for 5G

- Consumer electronics segment anticipates WiGig

- Bluetooth 4.0 being utilized in more devices

- EPOC offers promise to extend coax cable life

- New specifications from the MIPI Alliance

Key Topics Covered:

Significant Findings

Regional Forecast

Application Consumption Analysis

Mobile Phones


Short Range


Product Forecast

Supplier Market Share


For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vrlzkq/rf_power_amplifier

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