Worldwide Software Defined Radio Market (2020 to 2025) – Asia Pacific to Exhibit the Highest Growth Rate –

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The software-defined radio market is expected to show a growth rate of over 6% over the forecast period.

Mentioned companies

  • Northrop Grumman Corporation

  • Elbit Systems Ltd.

  • FlexRadio

  • BAE Systems plc

  • Thales Group

  • General Dynamics Corporation

  • Intel Corporation

  • Collins Aerospace (Raytheon Technologies Corporation)

  • Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd.

  • National Instruments Corporation

  • L3Harris Technologies, Inc.

  • Leonardo SpA

  • Viasat, Inc.


Main market trends

The defense segment is expected to have the highest growth rate during the forecast period

With the increasing military spending of various armed forces around the world, huge investments are being made in the development of effective combat communication systems (network-oriented warfare) in support of military personnel. Advantages such as simple design and ease of use help seamlessly stream real-time information, create a high-speed data network and superior interoperability. Such factors mainly drive the supply of software-defined radio stations in the military sector.

In January 2020, Ultra Electronics TCS received a second order for the supply of ORION radio systems for the US Army. This $ 29.8 million contract is part of a $ 500 million contract for an indefinite contract / indefinite amount (IDIQ) awarded to the company in 2019 under the U.S. Army’s TRILOS radio program. Similarly, in May 2020, Aselsan delivered more than 1,300 SDRs to the Turkish Armed Forces to meet e-war requirements on land, sea and air platforms. Such investments in the development and supply of SDRs in the military sector are expected to accelerate the growth of the segment over the forecast period.

Asia-Pacific to show highest growth rate in forecast period

Countries such as China, India, Japan and South Korea, among others, are major military spenders in the Asia-Pacific region and are increasing their investment in C4ISR systems due to factors such as growth in terrorism, trade in illicit goods, border confrontations and more. therefore, different countries are acquiring new and improved tactical radio solutions to raise the situational awareness of their armed forces. For example, in August 2019, the Defense Acquisition Council (DAC) of India approved the acquisition of SDR technology to meet the tactical communication requirements of the Indian Armed Forces. The Indigenous SDR was developed by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) in collaboration with Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL). Similarly, growth in the telecommunications and networking sectors in the Asia-Pacific region, especially in China and India, is expected to stimulate the growth of the SDR market over the forecast period.

Key topics covered:


1.1 Study of assumptions

1.2 Scope of the study




4.1 Market overview

4.2 Market engines

4.3 Market restrictions

4.4 Analysis of Porter’s Five Forces

4.4.1 Threat from new entrants

4.4.2 Market power of buyers / consumers

4.4.3 Negotiation power of suppliers

4.4.4 Threat from substitute products

4.4.5 Intensity of competitive rivalry


5.1 Appendix

5.1.1 Commercial

5.1.2 Protection

5.2 Geography

5.2.1 North America USA Canada

5.2.2 Europe United Kingdom France Germany Russia The rest of Europe

5.2.3 Asia-Pacific region China India Japan South Korea The rest of the Asia-Pacific region

5.2.4 Latin America Brazil The rest of Latin America

5.2.5 The Middle East and Africa United Arab Emirates Saudi Arabia Turkey The rest of the Middle East and Africa


6.1 Market share of the seller

6.2 Company profiles

6.2.1 Northrop Grumman Corporation

6.2.2 Elbit Systems Ltd.

6.2.3 FlexRadio

6.2.4 BAE Systems plc

6.2.5 Thales Group

6.2.6 General Dynamics Corporation

6.2.7 Intel Corporation

6.2.8 Collins Aerospace (Raytheon Technologies Corporation)

6.2.9 Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd.

6.2.10 National Instrument Corporation

6.2.11 L3Harris Technologies, Inc.

6.2.12 Leonardo SpA

6.2.13 Viasat, Inc.



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