Outside of wireless infrastructures in the RF high-power semiconductor business, defense-oriented and commercial avionics/air traffic control market segments show the strongest performance.
“Despite the ongoing poor press for defense-oriented electronic hardware, the actual performance in 2016 was better than originally thought for some sub-segments,” concludes Wilson. “In total, the defense-oriented and commercial ATC segments will be a significant long-term market and one to keep an eye on moving forward.”
These findings are from ABI Research’s RF Power Semiconductors (https://www.abiresearch.com/market-research/product/1028271-rf-power-semiconductors/) report.
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