|By PR Newswire||
|April 1, 2014 08:19 AM EDT||
DUBLIN, Apr. 01, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets
) has announced the addition of a new report
to their offering.
This report is a detailed and comprehensive analysis of the world market for MEMS-based oscillators. Both quantitative and qualitative analyses are presented by product type. A detailed Technology Overview provides valuable information on product types, materials, output types and connector/packaging, as well as recent advancements in frequency control technology trends and competitive analogs.
As the market for MEMS-based oscillators is rapidly becoming the strongest contender against quartz-based devices, this report explores demand trends and competition, as well as details the characteristics of MEMS-based oscillators that contribute to its increasing demand across many markets.
The report contains detailed market data including market by value (US$Millions), volume (UnitsMillions) and average selling price (US$/Unit). Specific quantative analysis tables include product markets by region, application, end-user industry, connector type, packaging type, and competitive supplier sales/market share. Data and analysis include: size of total market opportunity; market forecasts in regional and end-use markets; competition by product type.
Data is given for the years 2012-2018 by year with 2012 as the base year and 2018 as the forecast year.
Scope of Coverage
- Study Objectives
- Methodology & Sources
- Statistical Notes
- MEMS-based Oscillators
Each Individual Product Report comes with:
- Technology Overview
- Industry Overview
- Applicable Product section (i.e., SAW Devices)
- Other Europe
- Other Asia/Pacific
- Other NAFTA
- Rest of World
Applications & End-User Industries
- Communications/Mobile Infrastructure (e.g., Base Stations, Mobile Handsets, GPS...)
- Consumer Electronics (e.g., Audio/Video Equipment, Digital Still Cameras and Camcorders, Digital TV, LCDs/Displays, DVD Players...)
- Video Game Consoles
- Instrumentation & Timing Devices
- and many more...
Key Topics Covered:
Section One: Technology Overview
- Introduction & Basic Definitions
- Frequency Control Products Defined
- Quartz Crystal/Oscillator Manufacturing Process
- Output Type
Section Two: Market Overview
- Total Market Value
- World Market for Frequency Control Components by Packaging
- Competitive Environment
Section Three: MEMS Oscillators
- Total Market Value
- Market for MEMS Oscillators by Application
- Competitive Environment
- Future Outlook
- Company Research
- AEL Crystals
- Abundance Enterprise Co. (AEC)
- Argo Technology
- Bliley Technologies
- Bubang Techron
- CETC Deqing Huaying Electronics
- CTS Electronic Comp/CTS Valpey/Fordahl
- Cardinal Components
- Chequers Electronic
- China Nat'l Scientific Inst & Materials
- ChungHo Elcom
- Citizen Finetech Miyota
- EPCOS AG
- Exodus Dynamics
- FOQ Piezo Technik
- Fox Electronics
- Fronter Electronics
- GEMMA Quartz
- Hope Microelectronics
- Hy-Q International Pty
- ILSI America
- Intergrated Device Technology (IDT)
- Jauch Quartz
- KDS Daishinku
- KVG Quartz Crystal Technology
- Kyocera Kinseki
- MTI-Milliren Technologies
- Magic Crystal
- Maxim Integrated Products
- Micro Crystal
- Murata Manufacturing/Tokyo Denpa
- NEL Frequency Control
- NXP Semiconductors
- New Japan Radio Company
- Nihon Dempa Kogyo (NDK)
- OnSpec Oscillators
- Oscilloquartz SA (Swatch)
- QVS Tech
- Quartz Pro AB
- RF Monolithics
- Raltron Electronics
- River Eletec
- SPK Electronics
- Saint-Gobain Quartz PLC
- Samsung Electro-Mechanics (SEM)
- Shenzhen Khanate Electronics
- Shenzhen TKD Crystal Industrial
- Silicon Laboratories
- Siward Cyrstal Technology
- Sunny Electronics
- Taitien Electronics
- Thales Microelectronics SA
- TriQuint Semiconductor
- Vectron International
- Vishay Intertechnology
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/zzvthz/mems_oscillators Media Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]
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