Visiongain Publishes Fiber Optic Networking in Aerospace and Defence Market Report 2020-2030

27 August 2020
Aviation

Visiongain has launched a new defence report Fiber Optic Networking in Aerospace and Defence Market: Forecasts by Application (Airborne, Land, Naval, Space), Component (Cables, Transceivers, Amplifiers, Connectors, Isolators, Multiplexers/demultiplexers, Others), Mode (Single Mode, Multi-Mode). PLUS Profiles of Leading Fiber Optic Networking Companies and Regional and Leading National Market Analysis.

The increase in the necessity of data security in military & defence sector has increased the growth of the fibre optic market as stringent requirements of secure information transfer are prevalent. There is a large demand for the fiber optic cables in the military and defence sector due to their higher bandwidth capacity, protection against signal interference and inherent security. The increase in military expenditure for the purpose of modernization of network and communication infrastructure is another reason driving the demand for fiber optic market. Fiber-optics allow the use of Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) technology in which many different channels can be transmitted down the same fiber by sending them on different colors (or wavelengths) of light. This can significantly reduce the size, weight, and complexity of cable routing.

The introduction of intense of electrifications concepts, such as fly-by-wire, in-flight entertainment systems and glass cockpits, has propelled the use of fibre optic cables in aircraft and ship. The report divides the fiber optic networking in aerospace and defence market into three submarkets namely application including airborne, land, naval and space; components including cables, transceivers, amplifiers, connectors, isolators, multiplexers/demultiplexers, others and mode including single mode and multi-mode. The market size estimation has been done considering the impact of COVID on the fiber optic networking in aerospace and defence market.

Leading companies featured in the report includes TE Connectivity, Timbercon, Inc, Collins Aerospace, Glenair, Interconnect Systems, Airborn, Inc., Amphenol, COTSWORKS, Mulder-Hardenberg Group, Radiall.

Notes for Editors
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