5G Market 2023-2033: Technology, Trends, Forecasts, Players: IDTechEx

The market revenue of 5G mobile services is expected to reach US$842B by 2033.

5G Market 2023-2033: Technology, Trends, Forecasts, Players

5G sub-6 GHz & mmWave, regional market forecast, 5G key technology benchmarking, supply chain, player assessment, Open RAN, vendor landscape, smart electromagnetic environment, power consumption, massive MIMO, 5G AiP (antenna-in-package), advanced 5G


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IDTechEx has been studying 5G-related topics for many years and we have just released our latest version of the 5G market research report "5G Market 2023-2033: Technology, Trends, Forecasts, Players". This report is built on IDTechEx expertise, covering the latest 5G development trend, key player analysis, and market outlook. Key aspects in this report include mmWave technologies trend, open radio access network (Open RAN) development, power management of 5G base stations, heterogeneous smart electromagnetic (EM) environment, detailed regional analysis of 5G status and future roadmap in 5 key regions: U.S., China, Japan, South Korea, Europe, and 5G applications (Industry 4.0, C-V2X, AR/VR, FWA etc) development status.
Where does 5G stand three years after its first commercialization in 2019?
Is it expanding as it should? What's the next for 5G?
What frequency is dominating?
What kinds of applications are benefiting from 5G development?
How is the new Open RAN ecosystem challenging the legacy 5G equipment vendors?
 
IDTechEx's comprehensive 5G market research paper "5G Market 2023-2033: Technology, Trends, Forecasts, Players" answers all these questions.
 
Let's start with the frequency band. We know that the sub-6 GHz (3.5-7 GHz) and millimetre wave (mmWave, >24 GHz) bands are the two new bands among the spectrum covered in 5G. Despite the hype surrounding mmWave, according to IDTechEx, 53% of 5G commercial/pre-commercial services are actually based on sub-6 GHz, with mmWave accounting only for less than 10% of the market. The sub-6 GHz band is a popular choice because it finds a balance between providing excellent data throughput and being reasonably priced. mmWave, on the other hand, would be too expensive to implement on a broad scale due to the nature of short signal transmission and non-Line-of-Sight (NLOS) issues (more base stations are required!).
 
Source: "5G Market 2023-2033: Technology, Trends, Forecasts, Players" from IDTechEx
Since many of the characteristics promised by 5G, such as 1ms latency, would necessitate mmWave operation, the development of new materials, new device designs, and a new network deployment strategy is required to overcome the challenges mentioned above. Low-loss materials with a small dielectric constant and tan loss, for example, are required for mmWave devices to prevent substantial transmission loss. To reduce transmission loss, a new packaging strategy that tightly integrates RF components with antennas is also being developed. However, as devices get increasingly compact, power and thermal management become even more critical. In addition to device design, network deployment strategy is also a crucial area to research in order to address NLOS and power consumption challenges. Establishing a heterogeneous smart electromagnetic (EM) environment, for example, is being investigated utilising a wide range of technologies, such as reconfigurable intelligent surfaces or repeaters. In IDTechEx's "5G Market 2023-2033: Technology, Trends, Forecasts, Players", the unique niches for 5G materials and design, the technological advancement trends, and technologies for heterogeneous smart electromagnetic (EM) environment are thoroughly covered.
 
5G open radio access network (Open RAN) is gaining more traction. The idea of Open RAN is to provide telecom operators an alternative way to build networks based on disaggregated RAN components with standardized interoperability, which includes using non-proprietary white-box hardware, open-source software from different vendors, and open interfaces. As of September 2022, we've seen NTT DOCOMO establish the first 5G Open RAN networks, with many more telecom operators setting out roadmaps to deploy 5G network using Open RAN equipment in the near future. How would Open RAN disrupt the 5G infrastructure market and influence the overall supply chain dynamics? Who are the players in the Open RAN field? What would be the potential Open RAN business model? Is Open RAN cheaper than the legacy system? What are legacy system vendors' (Huawei, Ericsson, Nokia) attitudes and strategies towards Open RAN? What are the remaining challenges of Open RAN? This report discusses all these questions in detail that will help you understand the future trends of the 5G infrastructure market.
 
With its high throughput and ultralow latency, 5G can tap into a variety of high-value areas such as 3D robotic control, digital twin, remote medical control, and so on that previous mobile communication technologies could not, hence opening up an entirely new market potential. In the last year, we've seen various applications make use of 5G's capabilities and mix it with AR/VR to unleash a variety of applications in the gaming, education, and manufacturing industries. In addition, 5G C-V2X (vehicle to everything) is also developing fast, with several countries announcing C-V2X as the main standard going forward for future autonomy. In IDTechEx's newly published report, "5G Market 2023-2033: Technology, Trends, Forecasts, Players", IDTechEx provides numerous examples of 5G applications, as well as examines the industry trends, ecosystem, and current obstacles.
 
There are still many opportunities to be explored before the 5G market realises its full potential. IDTechEx forecasts that by the end of 2033, the revenue generated by consumer mobile services will be circa $840 billion. Our forecast builds on the extensive analysis of primary and secondary data, combined with careful consideration of market drivers, constraints, and key player activities. In this report, we provide a ten-year forecast (2022-2033) for different segments including the 5G mobile revenue, subscriptions, and infrastructure based on five global regions (US, China, Korea & Japan, Europe, and others), 5G global mobile shipment, 5G global fixed wireless access revenue & customer promised equipment (CPE) shipment, and 5G critical components such as power amplifiers.
 
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Source: "5G Market 2023-2033: Technology, Trends, Forecasts, Players" from IDTechEx
Below lists the key aspects of this report:
 
Technology trends, market player analysis, 5G roadmap of 5 key regions:
  • Detailed regional analysis of 5G status and future roadmap in 5 key regions: U.S., China, Japan, South Korea, Europe, including governmental strategy, funding, and key national telecom operators' revenue and roadmap analysis
  • Detailed analysis on how the trade war between the U.S. and China will impact the 5G industry.
  • Detailed overview of open radio access network (Open RAN), including technology, Open RAN disruption in the 5G market, legacy vendors' (Huawei, Ericsson, Nokia) attitude and strategy towards Open RAN, the Open RAN ecosystem, case studies, global deployment, and future market outlook.
  • Detailed overview of 5G mmWave industry including pain point analysis, supply chain study, and player analysis
Device challenges (all sections include technology benchmarking and market player analysis)
  • Low loss materials
  • Power amplifiers
  • Filter technologies
  • Radio frequency modules
  • Phased array antenna modules
Other key aspects include:
  • Detailed overview of Si chipset industry - including vendor landscape and Si value chain study.
  • Detailed study regarding power management in 5G base stations.
  • A comprehensive review of devices used for heterogeneous smart electromagnetic (EM) environment, with a particular emphasis on reconfigurable intelligent surfaces (RIS) and transparent antennas.
  • Detailed 5G consumer application (Fixed wireless access (FWA), AR/VR applications) and vertical application case studies such as Industry 4.0 and C-V2X.
Market Forecasts:
  • 10-year market forecasts for mobile and fixed wireless access services, including subscriptions and revenues.
  • 10-year market forecasts for 5G mobile shipment and CPE devices.
  • 10-year granular 5G infrastructure (macro base stations) market forecasts by 6 different regions (U.S., China, Japan, South Korea, Europe, and others).
  • 10-year granular 5G infrastructure (macro base stations) market forecasts by frequencies (sub-6 GHz and mmWave).
  • 10-year granular 5G infrastructure (small cells) market forecasts by frequencies (sub-6 GHz and mmWave).
  • 10-year market forecasts for power amplifiers, beamforming ICs, and antenna elements.
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Table of Contents
1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1.5G commercial/pre-commercial services (2022)
1.2.5G mmWave commercial/pre-commercial services (Sep. 2022)
1.3.5G network deployment strategy
1.4.5G commercial/pre-commercial services by frequency
1.5.Summary of 5G status and roadmap in 5 key regions (U.S., China, Japan, South Korea, and Europe)
1.6.5G base station design trend
1.7.5G base station types: macro cells and small cells
1.8.Competition landscape for key 5G infrastructure/system vendors
1.9.5G supply chain overview
1.10.Open RAN global deployment at a glance
1.11.Open RAN vendors
1.12.Are legacy 5G system vendors embracing Open RAN?
1.13.Nokia's effort towards Open RAN
1.14.The main technique innovations in 5G
1.15.Overview of challenges, trends and innovations for high frequency 5G devices
1.16.The rise of mMIMO deployment for 5G sub-6 GHz band
1.17.Ericsson mid-band mMIMO radio benchmark
1.18.Key Semiconductor Technology Benchmarking
1.19.Semiconductor Comparison
1.20.mmWave BFIC suppliers for 5G infrastructures
1.21.5G mmWave RF modules supply chain dynamics
1.22.Five forces analysis of the 5G mmWave RF module market
1.23.Value chain of chipset industry
1.24.Three ways of mmWave antenna integration
1.25.Technology benchmark of antenna packaging technologies
1.26.Thermal considerations for cell towers and base stations
1.27.TIM Types in 5G
1.28.Overview of the energy consumption per network element of 5G
1.29.Manage energy consumption in 5G system
1.30.Heterogeneous smart electromagnetic (EM) environment
1.31.Overview of the main characteristics and parameters of smart EM devices
1.32.Active, semi-passive, passive reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS)
1.33.mmWave-based RIS technology for coverage challenge from ZTE
1.34.Long term opportunity for transparent antennas: Engineered electromagnetic surfaces
1.35.Transparent antennas for building: Value chain
1.36.Mobile private networks landscape - by frequency
1.37.Private mobile networks - business value chain (1)
1.38.Private mobile networks - business value chain (2)
1.39.Private mobile networks - business value chain (3)
1.40.Detailed Comparison of Wi-Fi and Cellular based V2X communications
1.41.Landscape of C-V2X supply chain
1.42.5G market forecast for mobile services 2019-2033
1.43.5G mid-band macro base station number forecast (2019-2033) by region
1.44.5G mmWave street macro base station number forecast (2020-2033) by region
1.45.5G small cells number forecast (2019-2033) (cumulative - 1)
2.INTRODUCTION TO 5G
2.1.Evolution of mobile communications
2.2.5G commercial/pre-commercial services (2022)
2.3.5G, next generation cellular communications network
2.4.5G standardization roadmap
2.5.Global snapshot of allocated/targeted 5G spectrum
2.6.Two types of 5G: sub-6 GHz and mmWave
2.7.Spectrum Strategy for Foundation Network: the Role of Low Band Spectrum in 5G
2.8.5G network deployment strategy
2.9.Low, mid-band 5G is often the operator's first choice to provide 5G national coverage
2.10.Approaches to overcome the challenges of 5G limited coverage
2.11.Frequency duplex division (FDD) vs. Time duplex division (TDD)
2.12.5G commercial/pre-commercial services by frequency
2.13.5G mmWave commercial/pre-commercial services (Sep. 2022)
2.14.5G deployment: standalone (SA) vs non-standalone (NSA)
2.15.5G transition from NSA mode to SA mode
2.16.Technical comparison of NSA and SA 5G
2.17.Economic comparison of NSA and SA 5G
2.18.Different deployment types in the same network
2.19.5G standalone (SA) vs non-standalone (NSA) rollout update
2.20.The main technique innovations in 5G
2.21.3 types of 5G services
2.22.5G for mobile consumers market overview
2.23.5G for industries overview
2.24.5G supply chain overview
2.25.Summary: Global trends and new opportunities in 5G
3.5G ROADMAP AND OUTLOOK: ANALYSIS OF 5 KEY REGIONS
3.1.1.5G roadmap and outlook: analysis of 5 key regions (the U.S., China, Japan, South Korea, and Europe)
3.2.United States
3.2.1.U.S 5G national strategy
3.2.2.Overview of U.S. telecom operators' financial and network deployment status (Q2 2022)
3.2.3.U.S. 5G spectrum update (Q2 2022)
3.2.4.U.S. 5G mid band rollout roadmap
3.2.5.U.S. telecom operator: T-Mobile 5G status & strategy
3.2.6.U.S. telecom operator: AT&T - 5G status & strategy
3.2.7.U.S. telecom operator: AT&T - 5G applications
3.2.8.U.S. telecom operator: Verizon - 5G status & strategy
3.3.China
3.3.1.China 5G environment, rollout status, and future outlook
3.3.2.China 5G spectrum at a glance
3.3.3.Is the 6 GHz band the future of 5G?
3.3.4.China 5G investment volume from three major operators
3.3.5.5G "key performance indicator (KPI) " and roadmap in China
3.3.6.5G private network development focus in China
3.3.7.Key 5G vertical applications identified by Chinese government
3.4.Impact of US-China trade war on 5G
3.4.1.Demonstrations of 5G verticals by Chinese telecom operators
3.4.2.5G wrestle between China and the West
3.4.3.How did the 5G battle between China and the U.S. start?
3.4.4.Washington's strategy to combat China
3.4.5.How has the situation evolved?
3.4.6.PEST analysis on the U.S. and China 5G environment
3.4.7.China 5G base station bid result (2021)
3.4.8.Huawei: Banned and permitted in which countries?
3.4.9.Huawei's strategy to survive - will it survive?
3.5.Japan
3.5.1.Japan 5G NR spectrum at a glance
3.5.2.Japan 5G spectrum in use
3.5.3.Japan 5G environment, rollout status, and future outlook (1)
3.5.4.Japan 5G environment, rollout status, and future outlook (2)
3.5.5.NTT DOCOMO 5G rollout plan
3.5.6.NTT DOCOMO 5G solutions
3.5.7.SoftBank 5G rollout plan
3.5.8.KDDI 5G rollout plan
3.5.9.KDDI 5G solution outlook
3.6.South Korea
3.6.1.South Korea 5G environment, rollout status, and future outlook
3.6.2.South Korea 5G environment, rollout status, and future outlook
3.6.3.South Korea 5G NR spectrum at a glance
3.6.4.Key 5G industries identified by the South Korean government
3.6.5.Key 5G B2B business in development by the South Korean telecom operators
3.7.Europe
3.7.1.5G spectrum released status in EU
3.7.2.5G verticals status in EU
3.7.3.5G vertical trials in EU by segments
3.7.4.EU public funding for Digitalization
3.7.5.Summary of 5G status and roadmap in 5 key regions (U.S., China, Japan, South Korea, and Europe)
4.OVERVIEW OF 5G INFRASTRUCTURE
4.1.From 1G to 5G: the evolution of cellular network infrastructure
4.2.Architecture of macro base stations
4.3.Key challenges for 5G macro base stations
4.4.5G base station design trend
4.5.5G base station types: macro cells and small cells
4.6.Drivers for Ultra Dense Network (UDN) Deployment in 5G
4.7.Challenges for ultra dense network deployment
4.8.5G small cells will see a rapid growth
4.9.5G infrastructure: Huawei, Ericsson, Nokia, ZTE, Samsung and others
4.10.Competition landscape for key 5G infrastructure vendors
5.5G OPEN RAN
5.1.1.Why Open RAN becomes so important in 5G
5.1.2.Why Open RAN is getting more and more attention?
5.2.Open RAN introduction
5.2.1.5G network architecture
5.2.2.Why splitting the baseband unit (BBU) is necessary in 5G
5.2.3.High and Low layer split of the 5G network
5.2.4.More functional splits to support diverse 5G use cases
5.2.5.Evolution of RAN functional split
5.2.6.Pros and Cons of RAN functional splits
5.2.7.Trade offs for different functional splits
5.3.Open RAN technology insights
5.3.1.What is Open Radio Access Network (Open RAN)?
5.3.2.Different RAN architectures
5.3.3.The benefits and challenges of radio access networks (RAN) decomposition and disaggregation
5.3.4.Traditional RAN vs Open RAN
5.3.5.Open interface is key - but what is it?
5.3.6.Evolution of Open RAN functional split
5.3.7.Open RAN functional split: Split 6 or Split 7.2x?
5.3.8.Open RAN case study - the world's largest Open RAN deployment
5.3.9.Open RAN case study - 5G Open RAN + private network for logistics use cases
5.3.10.Open RAN case study: 5G emergency services networks
5.4.Open RAN ecosystem
5.4.1.Open RAN vendors
5.4.2.Telefonica open RAN ecosystem
5.4.3.5G Open RAN ecosystem - NTT Docomo (1)
5.4.4.5G Open RAN ecosystem - NTT Docomo (2)
5.4.5.Rakuten Symphony
5.4.6.Rakuten Symphony partners and clients
5.4.7.Are legacy 5G system vendors embracing Open RAN?
5.4.8.Nokia's effort towards Open RAN
5.4.9.The business model of Open RAN
5.5.Open RAN market
5.5.1.Open RAN global deployment at a glance (1)
5.5.2.Open RAN global deployment at a glance (2)
5.5.3.Open RAN disruption in the market?
5.5.4.Four major challenges of Open RAN
5.5.5.Open RAN hardware commoditization risk? - 1
5.5.6.Open RAN hardware commoditization risk? - 2
5.5.7.How much does an Open RAN base station cost compared to a legacy one?
5.5.8.Open RAN market outlook
5.5.9.Open RAN deployment schedule - Will Open RAN establish itself first in the private network or in the macro network?
5.5.10.Open RAN for small cell
5.5.11.Open RAN key takeaways
6.OVERVIEW OF 5G CORE AND RADIO TECHNOLOGY INNOVATIONS
6.1.1.End-to-end technology overview
6.2.5G core network technologies
6.2.1.5G core network technologies
6.2.2.Comparison of 4G core and 5G core
6.2.3.Service based architecture (SBA)
6.2.4.Mobile Edge Computing (MEC)
6.2.5.End-to-end network slicing
6.2.6.Spectrum sharing
6.2.7.Why does 5G have lower latency radio transmissions
6.3.5G new radio technologies
6.3.1.5G new radio technologies
6.3.2.New multiple access methods: Non-orthogonal multiple-access techniques (NOMA)
6.3.3.Advanced waveforms and channel coding
6.3.4.Comparison of Turbo, LDPC and Polar code
6.3.5.High frequency communication: mmWave
6.3.6.Massive MIMO (mMIMO)
6.3.7.Massive MIMO enables advanced beam forming
7.5G MASSIVE MIMO
7.1.Massive MIMO requires active antennas
7.2.Trends in 5G antennas: active antennas and massive MIMO
7.3.Antenna array architectures for beamforming
7.4.Structure of massive MIMO (mMIMO) system
7.5.Advantages of massive MIMO
7.6.mMIMO radio solutions for different deployment scenarios (1)
7.7.mMIMO radio solutions for different deployment scenarios (2)
7.8.The rise of mMIMO deployment for 5G sub-6 GHz band
7.9.Ericsson's 5G system architecture
7.10.Three considerations when designing massive MIMO radios for different deployment scenarios
7.11.Ericsson mid-band mMIMO radio benchmark
7.12.mMIMO features
7.13.Samsung and Nokia sub-6 GHz mMIMO antenna teardown
7.14.Top 5G system venders are vertically integrated with antenna capabilities
7.15.Case study: Nokia AirScale mMIMO Adaptive Antenna
7.16.Case study: Ericsson 2G - 5G Hybrid Antenna
7.17.Key challenges for massive MIMO deployment
7.18.Challenges of implementing massive MIMO in frequencies way above 6 GHz
8.5G HIGH FREQUENCY DEVICE CHALLENGES
8.1.1.Overview of challenges, trends and innovations for high frequency 5G devices
8.2.Low loss materials for 5G
8.2.1.Overview of the high level requirements for high frequency operation
8.2.2.Overview of the low-loss materials
8.2.3.Where low-loss materials will be used: beam forming system in base station
8.2.4.Where low-loss material will be used: substrate of mmWave antenna module for smartphone
8.2.5.Where low-loss material will be used: multiple parts inside packages
8.2.6.Low-loss materials can also be used in radome cover or molding housing
8.2.7.Five important metrics for substrate materials will impact materials selection
8.2.8.Dielectric constant: benchmarking different substrate technologies
8.2.9.Loss tangent: benchmarking different substrate technologies
8.2.10.Benchmark of commercialised low-loss organic laminates
8.2.11.More info about 5G Low Loss Materials
8.3.5G Power amplifiers
8.3.1.Power Amplifier Semiconductor Choices 3G, 4G to 5G
8.3.2.Key semiconductor technology benchmarking
8.3.3.Key semiconductor properties
8.3.4.Power vs frequency map of power amplifier technologies
8.3.5.The Array Size and PA Performance Trade-off
8.3.6.Pros and Cons of GaN
8.3.7.GaN to win in sub-6 GHz 5G (for macro and microcell (> 5W))
8.3.8.GaN-on-Si, SiC or Diamond for RF
8.3.9.Power amplifier technology benchmark
8.3.10.Semiconductor Comparison
8.3.11.Suppliers of RF GaN based power amplifiers
8.3.12.Summary of RF GaN Suppliers
8.3.13.RF GaN Fabrication Lines
8.3.14.Suppliers of RF power amplifiers utilized in small cells
8.3.15.Summary of GaAs suppliers
8.4.5G filter technologies
8.4.1.Challenges for mmWave base stations
8.4.2.Filter requirements for mmWave base stations
8.4.3.Which filter technologies will work for mmWave 5G?
8.4.4.SAW and BAW filters are not suitable for mmWave 5G
8.4.5.Overview of transmission lines filters for 5G mmWave
8.4.6.Transmission lines filter (1): Substrate integrated waveguide filters (SIW)
8.4.7.Transmission lines filter (2.1): Single-layer transmission-line filters on PCB
8.4.8.Transmission lines filter (2.2): Single-layer transmission-line filters on ceramic
8.4.9.Transmission lines filter (2.3): Other substrate options: thin or thick film and glass
8.4.10.Transmission lines filter (3): Multilayer low temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC) filters
8.4.11.Multilayer LTCC: production challenge
8.4.12.Examples of multilayer LTCC from key suppliers
8.4.13.Benchmarking different filter technology for 5G
8.4.14.Benchmarking different transmission lines filters
8.5.Radio frequency (RF) Front-end module
8.5.1.Radio frequency front end module (RF FEM)
8.5.2.Density of components in RFFE
8.5.3.RF module design architecture
8.5.4.mmWave radio frequency front end (RFFE) module suppliers for mobiles
8.5.5.Qualcomm 5G NR Modem-to-Antenna module
8.5.6.Tear down of a mmWave Customer Enterprise Equipment (CPE)
8.6.Beamforming IC (BFIC) for mmWave base stations
8.6.1.Hybrid beamforming system for mmWave base stations
8.6.2.mmWave bits to mmWave radio system
8.6.3.mmWave RF beamformer (beamforming integrated circuit (BFIC))
8.6.4.mmWave BFIC suppliers for 5G infrastructures
8.6.5.5G mmWave RF modules supply chain dynamics
8.6.6.Five forces analysis of the 5G mmWave RF module market
8.6.7.High frequency integration and packaging trend
8.6.8.Example: Qualcomm mmWave antenna module
8.6.9.High frequency integration and packaging: Requirements and challenges
8.6.10.Three ways of mmWave antenna integration
8.6.11.Technology benchmark of antenna packaging technologies
8.6.12.AiP development trend
8.6.13.Two types of AiP structures
8.6.14.Two types of IC-embedded technology
8.6.15.Two types of IC-embedded technology - Players
8.6.16.Two types of IC-embedded technology - Players
8.6.17.University of Technology, Sydney: AME antennas in packages for 5G wireless devices
8.6.18.Additively manufactured antenna-in-package
8.6.19.Novel antenna-in-package (AiP) for mmWave systems
8.6.20.Design concept of AiP and its benefits
8.6.21.Stack-up AiP module on a system board
8.6.22.PCB embedding process for AiP
8.6.23.Section summary and remarks
8.7.5G mmWave Antenna in Package (AiP)
8.7.1.What is electromagnetic interference shielding and why it matters to 5G
8.7.2.Components that require EMI shielding
8.7.3.Two types of EMI shielding
8.7.4.Challenges and key trends for EMI shielding for 5G devices
8.7.5.Package-level EMI shielding
8.7.6.Examples of package-level shielding in smartphones
8.7.7.Conformal coating: increasingly popular
8.7.8.Overview of conformal shielding technologies
8.7.9.Key suppliers and the technologies they utilized for EMI shielding
8.7.10.Suppliers targeting ink-based conformal EMI shielding
8.7.11.Compartmentalization of complex packages is also a key trend
9.5G THERMAL MANAGEMENT
9.1.Thermal interface materials (TIM)
9.1.1.Thermal Interface Materials (TIM) Considerations
9.1.2.Eight types of thermal interface material
9.1.3.Properties of Thermal Interface Materials
9.1.4.TIM Types in 5G
9.1.5.TIM Properties and players for 5G infrastructure
9.1.6.TIM Suppliers Targeting 5G Applications
9.2.Thermal management for 5G infrastructure
9.2.1.Thermal considerations for cell towers and base stations
9.2.2.Thermal considerations for small cells
9.2.3.Thermal management for antennas (1)
9.2.4.Thermal management for antennas (2)
9.2.5.TIM for 5G equipment example: Samsung 5G Access Point
9.2.6.TIM for 5G equipment example: Samsung Indoor CPE Unit
9.2.7.Thermal Material Opportunities for the BBU
9.2.8.Examples of 5G BBUs
9.2.9.TIM in BBUs
9.3.Thermal management for smartphones
9.3.1.Thermal management for smartphone: thermal throttling
9.3.2.Heat and Dissipation in 5G Smartphones
9.3.3.Materials Selection
9.3.4.Heat Pipes/Vapour Chambers
9.3.5.Vapour Chambers: OEMs
9.3.6.Smartphone cooling now and in the future
9.3.7.TIMs for 5G smartphones
9.3.8.Thermal Management Differences: 4G vs 5G Smartphones
9.3.9.Overview of Thermal Management Materials Application Areas
9.3.10.More info about 5G Thermal Management
10.ENERGY EFFICIENCY MANAGEMENT IN 5G BASE STATION
10.1.1.Substantial power consumption in 5G networks compared to 4G
10.1.2.Overview of the energy consumption per network element of 5G
10.1.3.Manage energy consumption in 5G system
10.1.4.What is layer 1 processing?
10.1.5.Power efficient 5G networks - case study
10.1.6.Power consumption in a massive MIMO system
10.1.7.Block diagram of mMIMO antenna array system
10.1.8.Why is Si so important?
10.1.9.ASIC design flow for 5G base station
10.1.10.The journey of Samsung 5G chipsets (base stations)
10.1.11.Options for lower power consumption
10.1.12.Si design for Open RAN (Analog Devices)
10.1.13.Marvell's collaboration with ADI on digital front end
10.1.14.Marvell
10.2.Si chipset supply chain
10.2.1.Landscape of key chipset players involved in the telecom/mobile industry
10.2.2.Value chain of chipset industry
10.2.3.Key chipset players involved in the telecom infrastructure
10.2.4.System on Chip (SoC) for mobile
10.2.5.Key chipset players involve in the mobile SoC/Modem
10.2.6.System on chip (SoC) for 5G handsets - player analysis
10.2.7.Mobile RF frontend supply chain
10.2.8.Key chipset players involve in the key components related to wireless technology
11.5G MMWAVE INDUSTRY ANALYSIS
11.1.List of telecom carriers and selected vendors for the installation of 5G mmWave base stations
11.2.Challenges to overcome before we see notable adoption of mmWave
11.3.Four main pain points in mmWave industry (1 - Talents)
11.4.Four main pain points in mmWave industry (2.1 - Cost)
11.5.Four main pain points in mmWave industry (2.2 - Cost)
11.6.Four main pain points in mmWave industry (3.1 - Power)
11.7.Four main pain points in mmWave industry (3.2 - Power)
11.8.Four main pain points in mmWave industry (4 - Customizability)
11.9.Five forces analysis of the 5G mmWave base station market
12.MMWAVE PHASED ARRAY ANTENNA MODULE SUPPLIERS AND SUPPLY CHAIN DYNAMICS
12.1.Demonstrations of 28GHz all-silicon 64 dual polarized antenna
12.2.Tear down of a mmWave femtocell
12.3.Tear down of a mmWave mobile station from Samsung
12.4.Tier 1 5G system vendors are vertically integrated with antenna capabilities
12.5.Intension of Ericsson acquired Kathrein antenna R&D department
12.6.5G mmWave phased array antenna start-ups on the rise
12.7.mmWave phased array antenna module key items and ecosystem
12.8.Partnership between mmWave antenna suppliers and RF module suppliers
12.9.The likelihood for tier 1 system vendors to develop their own phased array antenna modules
12.10.Key Buying Factors (KBF) of 5G mmWave antennas: what are the changes in KBF between sub-6 GHz and mmWave antenna?
13.HETEROGENEOUS SMART ELECTROMAGNETIC (EM) ENVIRONMENT
13.1.1.Heterogeneous smart electromagnetic (EM) environment
13.1.2.Overview of the main characteristics and parameters of smart EM devices
13.2.Reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS) for 5G mmWave
13.2.1.Reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS) - introduction
13.2.2.Possible functionalities of RIS
13.2.3.Unique features of RIS
13.2.4.RIS vs traditional reflecting array antennas
13.2.5.RIS vs Relay
13.2.6.Technology benchmark of RIS with other smart EM devices
13.2.7.Where RIS can be used?
13.2.8.Typical RIS applications in wireless network
13.2.9.Examples of RIS prototypes
13.2.10.RIS technology enhancing base stations
13.2.11.RIS Architecture
13.2.12.RIS operation phases
13.2.13.Overview of RIS technology
13.2.14.Active, semi-passive, passive RIS
13.2.15.Semi-passive RIS - structure
13.2.16.Metamaterials for RIS for 5G mmWave and beyond
13.2.17.Metamaterial tunability
13.2.18.Product segmentation: distinguishing between conductive and optical
13.2.19.Liquid crystal polymers (LCP) for RIS
13.2.20.mmWave-based RIS technology for coverage challenge from ZTE
13.2.21.ZTE's RIS prototypes for outdoor coverage
13.2.22.ZTE's RIS prototypes for indoor
13.2.23.Multiple competing metamaterial manufacturing methods
13.2.24.RIS challenges ahead
13.3.Transparent antennas
13.3.1.Metal oxide in glass windows causes interference
13.3.2.Building integrated transparent antennas
13.3.3.Making low-emissivity coatings frequency selective
13.3.4.Transparent antennas for consumer electronic devices
13.3.5.Transparent antennas for automotive
13.3.6.Long term opportunity for transparent antennas: Engineered electromagnetic surfaces
13.3.7.Transparent antennas for automotive: Value chain
13.3.8.Transparent antennas for building: Value chain
14.KEY 5G APPLICATIONS BEYOND MOBILE: METAVERSE, CONNECTED ROBOTS, PRIVATE 5G NETWORKS, AI/MACHINE LEARNING
14.1.1.5G applications overview
14.1.2.5G user equipment player landscape
14.2.5G for consumers
14.2.1.Three primary 5G use cases for consumers
14.2.2.What's the purpose of Fixed Wireless Access (FWA)?
14.2.3.Status of LTE and 5G FWA broadband services
14.2.4.5G for home: fixed wireless access (FWA)
14.2.5.Countries contributions in enabling 5G FWA market
14.2.6.5G mmWave for Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) cases
14.2.7.5G Customer Premise Equipment (CPE)
14.2.8.5G CPE devices vendor landscape
14.2.9.5G for XR (AR and VR) and gaming
14.2.10.5G Applications demo from leading telecoms operators (1)
14.2.11.5G Applications demo from leading telecoms operators (2)
14.2.12.5G Applications demo from leading telecom operators (3)
14.2.13.Other demo: Ingenuity - the drone that flew on Mars
14.2.14.Qualcomm's Snapdragon chipsets are in many AR/VR goggles
14.2.15.Smart home demo at MWC 2022
14.2.16.Other demos: AI and robots from KT (1)
14.2.17.Other demos: AI and robots from KT (2)
14.2.18.Other demos: dedicated AI chip to replace GPU for processing intensive tasks (example from SK telecom)
14.2.19.Other demos: dedicated AI chip to replace GPU for processing intensive tasks (example from SK telecom) cont.
14.2.20.Other demos: AI features for a wide range of applications
14.3.5G for private networks
14.3.1.Mobile private networks landscape - 1
14.3.2.Mobile private networks landscape - by sector
14.3.3.Mobile private networks landscape - by frequency
14.3.4.Private mobile networks - business value chain
14.3.5.Amazon Private 5G - why and the impact
14.3.6.5G private network announcement - 2022
14.4.5G private mobile network for industry 4.0
14.4.1.Three reasons why 5G networks enable connected industries and automation
14.4.2.5G IoT and Private Networks for Industry 4.0
14.4.3.5G smart manufacturing overview
14.4.4.Updating existing industrial networks with wireless 5G in factories
14.4.5.Connectivity requirement of key Industry 4.0 use cases
14.4.6.5G private industrial network deployment on the rise
14.4.7.5G private network for Industry 4.0 case study: World's first mmWave smart factory in ASE group in Taiwan (1)
14.4.8.5G private network for Industry 4.0 case study: World's first mmWave smart factory in ASE group in Taiwan (2)
14.5.5G private mobile network examples: list of joint programs in EU
14.5.1.Vodafone: enterprise 5G rollout
14.5.2.Orange deploying 5G networks for various enterprise
14.5.3.Telefónica: 5G enterprise rollout overview
14.6.NB-IoT and LTE-M
14.6.1.5G incorporates NB-IoT and LTE-M
14.6.2.NB-IoT, eMTC and 5G will cover different aspects
14.6.3.Global deployment of NB-IoT and LTE-M
14.6.4.LTE-M vs NB-IoT
14.6.5.NB-IoT is a better solution for LPWAN
14.6.6.NB-IoT driven by the Chinese market
14.6.7.Low Band Coverage Boosts Development of VoLTE and NB-IoT (China Telecom)
14.6.8.Opportunities of Low Band Spectrum in 10 Vertical Industries identified by China Telecom
14.6.9.Hurdles to NB-IoT rollout
14.6.10.NB-IoT and LTE-M key players
14.7.5G for future mobility
14.7.1.Vehicle-to-everything (V2X)
14.7.2.Two types of V2X technology: Wi-Fi vs cellular
14.7.3.Detailed Comparison of Wi-Fi and Cellular based V2X communications
14.7.4.Regulatory: Wi-Fi based vs C-V2X
14.7.5.C-V2X roadmap
14.7.6.C-V2X includes two parts: via base station or direct communication
14.7.7.Evolution of C-V2X direct communication to 5G NR
14.7.8.Technological pillars for future mobility
14.7.9.Telefonica - future mobility ecosystem
14.7.10.Vodafone - future mobility key features
14.7.11.Future smart mobility network architecture
14.7.12.Use cases and applications of C-V2X overview
14.7.13.C-V2X for automated driving use case
14.7.14.Automated valet parking in a 5G network (1)
14.7.15.Automated valet parking in a 5G network (2)
14.7.16.5G V2X vision from ZTE
14.7.17.5G C-V2X products and solutions from ZTE
14.7.18.ZTE 5G and C-V2X use cases
14.7.19.AI-enhanced roadside unit (RSU) for future mobility - 1
14.7.20.AI-enhanced roadside unit (RSU) for future mobility - 2
14.7.21.Intelligent RSU for C-V2X side link positioning
14.7.22.Automotive transparent antennas
14.7.23.C-V2X demonstrations from key players (1)
14.7.24.C-V2X demonstrations from key players (2)
14.7.25.C-V2X design and development challenges
14.7.26.Landscape of C-V2X supply chain
14.7.27.Q&A with 5G Automotive Association (5GAA) director
14.8.5G mobile-enabled drones
14.8.1.Future Opportunities for 5G Mobile-Enabled Drones
15.5G MARKET FORECAST BY SERVICES
15.1.1.Overview of the 5G forecast
15.2.5G forecast by services
15.2.1.Forecast methodology for 5G services forecast
15.2.2.5G market forecast for mobile services 2019-2033
15.2.3.5G mobile subscription forecast by regions 2019-2033
15.2.4.5G mobile shipment units 2019-2033
15.2.5.Fixed wireless access service revenue forecast 2019-2033
15.2.6.Shipment of customer promised equipment (CPE) forecast by units 2019-2033
15.3.5G forecast by infrastructure
15.3.1.Forecast methodology
15.3.2.5G mid-band macro base station number forecast (2019-2033) by region (Cumulative - 1)
15.3.3.5G mid-band macro base station number forecast (2019-2033) by region (Cumulative - 2)
15.3.4.5G mid-band macro base station number forecast (2019-2033) by region (New installation - 1)
15.3.5.5G mid-band macro base station number forecast (2019-2033) by region (New installation - 2)
15.3.6.5G mmWave street macro base station number forecast (2020-2033) by region
15.3.7.5G mmWave macro base station number forecast (2020-2033) by region (Cumulative - 1)
15.3.8.5G mmWave street macro base station number forecast (2020-2033) by region (New installation - 1)
15.3.9.5G mmWave macro base station number forecast (2020-2033) by region (New installation - 2)
15.3.10.5G small cells number forecast (2019-2033) (cumulative - 1)
15.3.11.5G small cells number forecast (2019-2033) (cumulative - 2)
15.3.12.5G small cells will see a rapid growth
15.4.5G forecast by infrastructure components and materials
15.4.1.Power amplifier and beamforming component forecast (2020-2033) (Cumulative)
15.4.2.MIMO size forecast (2020-2033) (Cumulative)
15.4.3.Antenna elements forecast (2020-2033) (Cumulative)
15.4.4.Components forecast number (2020-2033) (Cumulative)
16.COMPANY PROFILES
16.1.Ampleon
16.2.Atheraxon
16.3.Commscope
16.4.Ericsson (2020)
16.5.Ericsson (2021)
16.6.Freshwave
16.7.GaN Systems
16.8.Huawei
16.9.Kyocera
16.10.Nokia
16.11.NXP Semiconductors
16.12.Omniflow
16.13.Picocom
16.14.Renesas Electronics Corporation
16.15.Solvay
16.16.TMYTEK
16.17.ZTE
 

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