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Research and Markets: Global Transmission Jumper Cable Analysis and Forecast, 2013-2017

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of EJL Wireless Research's new report "Global Transmission Jumper Cable Analysis and Forecast, 2013-2017 - 3rd Edition" to their offering.

This report provides a comprehensive analysis for the global wireless base transmitting stations (BTS) jumper cable market. In depth historical unit shipment data is provided for 2011-2012 with a five year forecast from 2013-2017 also included.

This report covers:

- ½ or smaller standard jumper cables

- ½ or smaller superflex jumper cables

- 7/8 superflex jumper cables

- 5 meter length jumper cables

- 7/16 DIN male straight to 7/16 DIN male straight jumper cables

- 7/16 DIN male straight to 7/16 DIN male 90 deg jumper cables

- 7/16 DIN male straight to N male straight jumper cables

The report also provides revenue analysis in US dollars for each of the categories listed above for 2011-2017.

Report Features:

- 2012 BTS Jumper Cable Shipments by Diameter Size (1/2 or smaller standard, 1/2 or smaller superflex, 7/8 superflex)

- 2012 BTS Jumper Cable Shipments by Length (5m)

- 2012 BTS Jumper Cable Shipments by Interface ( 7/16 DIN Straight M-M, 7/16 DIN Straight-90 Deg M-M, 7/16 DIN straight - N straight M-M )

- 2012 BTS Jumper Cable Shipments by Geography

- 2013-2017 BTS Jumper Cable Shipment Forecast by Diameter Size

- 2013-2017 BTS Jumper Cable Shipment Forecast by Length

- 2013-2017 BTS Jumper Cable Shipment Forecast by Interface

- 2013-2017 BTS Jumper Cable Shipment Forecast by Geography

We are providing for the first time market share by revenues information regarding specific jumper cable suppliers contained within this report

Key Topics Covered:


1.1 1/2" Jumper Cables Remain Dominant Size

1.2 2-5m Jumper Lengths Continue to Dominate the Market

1.3 7/16 DIN Male Straight -7/16 DIN Male Straight Remains Leading Interface Type

1.4 2012 Jumper Cable Financial Performance

1.5 Jumper Cable Vendor Market Share


2.1 Trends in the BTS Market

2.2 Overall Transmission Line RF Jumper Cable Forecast

2.3 Forecast by Jumper Cable Diameter

2.4 Forecast by Jumper Cable Length

2.4 Forecast by Jumper Cable Interface



4.1 Both North America and Asia show growth

4.2 Asia Pacific remains largest region in 2012 for jumper cable shipments

4.3 Jumper Cable Regional Forecast in Shipments

4.4 Jumper Cable Regional Forecast in Revenues










Companies Mentioned

- Commscope

- Changzhou Amphenol Fuyang Communication Equipment Co., Ltd.

- Draka NK Cables Ltd.

- Exir Broadcasting & Telecom AB


- Kabelwerk Eupen AG

- Microqual Techno Pvt Ltd.

- PPC (John Mezzalingua Associates, Inc)

- Quadrant Connections Ltd.

- Radiall SA

- Radio Frequency Systems

- Rosenberger Hochfrequenztechnik GmbH & Co. KG

- Shilpi Cable Technologies Ltd


- Telegärtner Karl Gärtner GmbH

- Zuhai Hansen Technology Co. Ltd

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Source: EJL Wireless Research

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