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Keenlion has published a new annual RF report

Keenlion has published a new annual RF report – RF Front-End for Mobile 2023 – which aims to provide a comprehensive view of the RF front-end market from system level to board level. It covers the ecosystem and the technological landscape while providing insight into predicting technological disruptions. 


The outline of the RF Front-End for Mobile 2023 report shall include: 

Total RF front-end market will reach around US$3.9 billion in 2028 with CAGR22-28 ~5.8%. 

5G improves the quality of service provided to the user by providing greater network capacity, better radio performance and scalable delays. 

These are difficult times for the mobile phone industry. Will emerging markets be the key? 

With the rise of RF front-end BOM, players are striving to diversify. 

The mobile phone market revived in the years 2021 after the decline caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. However, levels before COVID-19 were not reached due to shortages in chip supplies. In addition, in 2022, the smartphone industry had a serious impact on the global macroeconomic decline: a decline in the market with high inflation caused by geopolitical tensions such as the Russian-Ukrainian war and tensions between China and Taiwan. The slowdown caused consumers to fluctuate when purchasing new phones, forcing OEMs to move to the inventory correction phase. In addition, Zero Covid’s policy in China has further destabilized the smartphone manufacturing industry. 

Si Chuan Keenlion Microwave a large selection in narrowband and broadband configurations, covering frequencies from 0.5 to 50 GHz. They are designed to handle from 10 to 30 watts input power in a 50-ohm transmission system. Microstrip or stripline designs are utilized, and optimized for best performance. 

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Post time: Feb-18-2023