Market Research Report
V-BAND SATELLITE MARKETS
|Published by||Northern Sky Research, LLC||Product code||578155|
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As the satellite telecoms industry transitions from a world dominated by point-to-multipoint video services, to one that is more slanted towards data connectivity, spectrum increasingly becomes a precious resource. Verticals such as consumer broadband, 3G and 4G backhaul, and M2M/IoT will require huge volumes of capacity, and with C-band under continued attack, it is only natural to assume that operators will, at some point in the not-so-distant future, migrate to higher frequency bands.
In this industry-first study , NSR examines the respective benefits and drawbacks of V-band, the frequency band just above Ka-band, and one which is expected to become increasingly relevant for satellite operators, whether in GEO, MEO or LEO, over the course of the next decade and beyond. NSR's V-band Satellite Markets Study answers key questions, including:
With NSR having spoken to relevant parties in the market about V-band developmental plans, and having taken data from NSR's existing research library on supply/demand for other frequency bands, NSR's V-band Satellite Markets provides a comprehensive look at the future development of V-band. In this first-of-its-kind study, NSR delves into the ins and outs of V-band from a technological, CAPEX, and capacity perspective, providing the reader with a thorough understanding of the benefits and drawbacks of this frequency, how its rollout will impact the industry, and over what timeframe this will occur.
This NSR report offers coverage over and above the competition :
NSR's V-band Satellite Markets provides coverage of V-band gateway capacity by region, including North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East & Africa, and Asia, with forecasts from 2020-2030. Given the potential for Non-GEO-HTS constellations in V-band, including an announced constellation plan by Boeing, NSR also conducted analysis of Non-GEO-HTS. With the practical implementation of V-band still beyond the horizon, NSR gives the reader a thorough understanding of the technical pros and cons of V-band for different use cases, and provide an understanding of the costs and benefits of this new frequency.