Passive Electronic Components for The Defense & Aerospace Sector: World Markets, Technologies and Opportunities: 2017-2022

LONDON, Oct. 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Quick Overview

(Cary USA NC) Paumanok Publications, Inc. announces the release of the market research report entitled "Electronic Components for The Defense & Aerospace Sector: World Markets, Technologies & Opportunities: 2017-2022." The study covers capacitors, fixed resistors and discrete inductors as key building blocks in the production of defense and aerospace electronic sub-assemblies.

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The study covers the following products-
-- Ceramic Capacitors
-- Tantalum Capacitors
-- Plastic Film Capacitors
-- Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors
-- Carbon Capacitors
-- Metal Film Resistors
-- Wirewound Resistors
-- Thick Film Chip Resistors
-- Thin Film Resistors
-- Power Inductors
-- RF Inductors

The study also includes the value of consumption for these components by type and sub-category with estimates for consumption based upon associated military specification by type and sub-type.
-- High Voltage, High Frequency and High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors
-- Solid Tantalum, Wet Tantalum, Hybrid Tantalum Capacitors
-- PTFE and PI Plastic Film Capacitors
-- OPP Film Capacitors (Burst Power)
-- Metal Film Resistors
-- Ferrite Based Discrete Inductors

The study discusses the reasons for the upcycle in passive component consumption in defense and aerospace electronics with forecasts to 2020 and additional forecasts to 2022.

The study breaks down market shares for all passive component vendors to the defense and aerospace sector with share data for ceramic, tantalum, plastic film and aluminum capacitors, fixed resistors and discrete inductors. The study also focuses in on specific component manufacturers with significant share of the defense and aerospace segment, including
-- AVX,
-- and many more.

The forecasts for consumption are based upon detailed analysis of the following end-market customers-
-- Boeing
-- Airbus
-- Lockheed Martin
-- General Dynamics
-- BAE Systems
-- Northrop Grumman
-- Raytheon
-- Leonardo
-- Thales
-- L-3 Technologies
-- Rockwell Collins
-- Orbital Sciences Corp.
-- Loral

The study also divides up component consumption based upon specific requirements from the sector-
-- High Temperature
-- High Frequency
-- High Voltage
-- Pulse Discharge

The study also points out future expectations with respect to the technology roadmap for the sector and how this will impact specific product lines. Specific emphasis is placed upon pulse discharge (burst power), pulsed data transmission and power storage.

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