|By Business Wire||
|June 30, 2014 12:01 PM EDT||
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/pwl74h/semiconductors) has announced the addition of the "Semiconductors for Small Cells 2013-2014" report to their offering.
This forecast shows the future of semiconductors for small cells, and describes the driving forces which will drive even more rapid growth in SoCs, transceivers, and power amplifiers than for the small cells themselves.
The report includes:
- A five-year forecast for consumer, enterprise and carrier femtocells, along with picocells, metrocells, and Low Power RRH.
- A five year-forecast for semiconductors to support small cells, including:
- Baseband System-on-a-Chip (SoC) Processors
- RF Transceivers
- Power Amplifiers ranging from GaAs to LDMOS and GaN
- Digital Pre-Distortion (DPD) and Analog Pre-Distortion (APD) solutions
- TCXO, OCXO, and synchronization solutions
- Multiband, Multimode, MIMO, and WiFi requirements entering the small cell market
Key Topics Covered:
1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
- Small Cell Market Forces
- Small Cell Outlook
- Small Cell Semiconductor Outlook
2: MARKET FORCES
- Small Cell Market Drivers
- Transition from Spectral Efficiency to Spatial Efficiency
- Driving Costs Down
- Multi-band Small Cells and Carrier Aggregation
- Cloud RAN (CRAN or C-RAN) and Low Power RRH
- Challenges to Market Growth
3: TECHNOLOGY BACKGROUND
- HetNet Architecture
- Definition of Small Cells
- Spectrum of Small Base Station Solutions (RRH, Metrocell, Indoor SC, Femtocell)
- Open software platform or complete SoC approach
- Cloud RAN vs. Small Cells
- Active Antenna Arrays (AAA or AAS)
- Low Power Remote Radio Heads (RRHs)
- Enterprise Small Cells
- Indoor Urban Small Cells
- Outdoor Urban Small Cells
- Coordination between nodes in the HetNet
- Coordination between Wi-Fi and 3G or LTE
4: SMALL CELL SEMICONDUCTORS
- Femtocell Semiconductor Architecture
- Indoor Small Cell Semiconductor Architecture
- Outdoor Small Cell Semiconductor Architecture
- Mindspeed (Picochip)
- Texas Instruments
- Multi-core Processors
- The stack is the key
- Processor Market Shares
- Secondary Processors
- RF Transceivers
- Transceiver Market Shares
- Power Amplifiers
- Power Amplifier Market Shares
- Filters and Duplexers
- VCXOs, TCXOs and OCXOs
- Crystal Oscillator market shares
5: EQUIPMENT OUTLOOK
- Small Base Station Growth Forecast
- Small Cell Outlook
- Outlook for Picocells, Microcells, and Low Power RRH
- Consumer Femtocell Outlook
- Enterprise Small Cell Femtocell Outlook
- Indoor Urban Small Cell Outlook
- Outdoor Urban Small Cell (Metrocell) Outlook
- Multimode and Adaptable Mode Small Cell Outlook
6: SEMICONDUCTOR OUTLOOK
- Processor Outlook
- Secondary Processor Outlook
- Transceiver Outlook
- Power Amplifier Outlook
- Linearization Outlook
- Filter/Duplexer Outlook
- Crystal Oscillator (TCXO, OCXO) Outlook
7: COMPANY PROFILES
- Analog Devices
- Avago Technologies
- Ericsson AB
- Huawei Technologies
- Nokia Siemens Networks
- Spidercloud Wireless
- TDK-EPC (EPCOS)
- Texas Instruments
- TriQuint Semiconductor
- Ubiquisys (Cisco)
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/pwl74h/semiconductors
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