Beyond 5G, other wireless connectivity standards are coming…

RF front-end connectivity market will exceed US$4 billion by 2026…

“While all eyes are on 5G, other connectivity standards such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and ultra-wideband are also evolving.” asserts Mohammed Tmimi, Ph.D., Technology and Market Analyst, RF Devices & Technologies at Yole Développement (Yole). He adds: “One thing we all learned during the repetitive COVID-19 lockdowns is that broadband internet became essential for survival, as observed with data traffic peaking due to streaming and video calls.”

This is due to a higher data consumption per device and an increase in the number of connected devices per user. This increase was enhanced significantly by the wireless standards that provide freedom of mobility, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and ultra-wideband technologies. Although its evolution is less noticeable than cellular standards, Wi-Fi is as important as 5G in this acceleration of the digital transformation.

In this context, Yole and its partner, System Plus Consulting, investigated the disruptive RF technologies and, more globally, connectivity technologies in depth. The two companies highlight the latest innovations and underline the business opportunities in a dedicated collection of reports and monitors.
The Wireless Connectivity RF Front-End Technologies for Consumer Market 2021 report from Yole delivers a comprehensive overview of consumer connectivity with key examples of RF architecture and evolution for each RFFE device.
In parallel, the RF Front-End Module Comparison 2021 – Volume 4 – Focus on Wi-Fi 6/6E report from System Plus Consulting provides insights into technology and cost data for Wi-Fi chipsets – specifically, the SoCs, FEMs, and several components found in four of the latest smartphones: the Huawei P50 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, Samsung Galaxy S21 5G, and Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra.

Discover this snapshot of the wireless connectivity industry from Yole and System Plus Consulting.

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