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MEMS Oscillators - Global Markets, Technologies & Competitors: Analysis & Forecasts to 2018


DUBLIN, Apr. 01, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of a new report "MEMS Oscillators - Global Markets, Technologies & Competitors: Analysis & Forecasts to 2018" 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

Products Covered

- MEMS-based Oscillators

Each Individual Product Report comes with:

- Technology Overview
- Industry Overview
- Applicable Product section (i.e., SAW Devices)

Geographic Scope

- US
- Germany
- France
- UK
- Other Europe
- Japan
- China
- Korea
- Taiwan
- Other Asia/Pacific
- Other NAFTA
- Rest of World

Applications & End-User Industries

- Aerospace
- Automotive
- Communications/Mobile Infrastructure (e.g., Base Stations, Mobile Handsets, GPS...)
- Defense/Military
- 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
  • Connector/Packaging
  • Output Type

Section Two: Market Overview

  • Introduction
  • Total Market Value
  • World Market for Frequency Control Components by Packaging
  • Competitive Environment

Section Three: MEMS Oscillators

  • Introduction
  • Total Market Value
  • Market for MEMS Oscillators by Application
  • Competitive Environment
  • Future Outlook
  • Company Research

Companies Mentioned:

  • AEL Crystals
  • AVX/Kyocera
  • Abracon
  • 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
  • Connor-Winfield
  • Crystek
  • Discera
  • ECS
  • Ecliptek
  • Epson
  • Euroquartz
  • Exodus Dynamics
  • FOQ Piezo Technik
  • Fox Electronics
  • Fronter Electronics
  • GEMMA Quartz
  • Hope Microelectronics
  • Hy-Q International Pty
  • ILSI America
  • ITTI
  • Intergrated Device Technology (IDT)
  • Jauch Quartz
  • KDS Daishinku
  • KVG Quartz Crystal Technology
  • Kyocera Kinseki
  • MTI-Milliren Technologies
  • Magic Crystal
  • Maxim Integrated Products
  • Micro Crystal
  • Morion
  • MtronPTI
  • Murata Manufacturing/Tokyo Denpa
  • NEL Frequency Control
  • NXP Semiconductors
  • New Japan Radio Company
  • Nihon Dempa Kogyo (NDK)
  • OnSpec Oscillators
  • Oscilent
  • Oscilloquartz SA (Swatch)
  • Pericom
  • Pletronics
  • Q-Crystal
  • QVS Tech
  • Quartz Pro AB
  • QuartzlocK
  • RF Monolithics
  • Rakon/CMAC/Temex
  • Raltron Electronics
  • River Eletec
  • SPK Electronics
  • Saint-Gobain Quartz PLC
  • Samsung Electro-Mechanics (SEM)
  • Shenzhen Khanate Electronics
  • Shenzhen TKD Crystal Industrial
  • SiTime
  • Silicon Laboratories
  • Siward Cyrstal Technology
  • Solectron/Centum
  • Sunny Electronics
  • Symmetricom
  • TXC
  • Taitien Electronics
  • Thales Microelectronics SA
  • Transko
  • TriQuint Semiconductor
  • Vectron International
  • Vishay Intertechnology

For more information visit Media Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]



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