5G 1+0 site configuration drives antenna integration
Passive antenna shipments decline 3% as industry shifts to higher port count antennas
Half Moon Bay, CA November 5, 2019: Shipments of outdoor macrocell BTS antennas experienced a decline of 1% in 2018, according to the latest report from EJL Wireless Research titled “Global BTS Antenna Market Analysis and Forecast, 2019-2023 11th Edition.” “Passive antenna shipments declined by 3% year over year but total port counts increased 26% year over year, supporting our thesis that while total passive antenna radome shipments are expected to see a continued decline, overall antenna port counts will continue to increase in addition to increasing average selling prices,” says founder and President, Earl Lum. EJL Wireless Research is forecasting increasing antenna unit shipments over the next several years as active MM-ARS products for 5G offset declining passive antenna volumes.
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5G Massive MIMO ARS shipments capture 2% share due to initial deployments in U.S., South Korea, and China
5G demand is a mixed bag with 8T8R RRU emerging as the entry point, not 64T64R ARS
Half Moon Bay, CA August 26, 2019: Shipments of remote radio units (RRU)/antenna radio systems (ARS) experienced a decline of 13% in 2018 after growth in 2017, according to the latest report from EJL Wireless Research titled “Global Macrocell RRU/ARS Market Analysis and Forecast, 2019-2023 3rd Edition.” “The last several years have been choppy due to the transition from 4G to 5G, coupled with the U.S. export ban on ZTE in 2018, and continued mobile operator consolidation. LTE networks are mature and now migrating to LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) and LTE-Advanced Pro configurations,” says founder and President, Earl Lum. EJL Wireless Research is forecasting another down year in 2019 before a recovery in 2020. Continue reading EJL Wireless Research Reports Global Macrocell RRU/ARS Shipments Down 13% in 2018
Latest DNA-I Teardown Reports Cover the Flexi System Module release 3 (FSMr3) Platform
Design Architecture Provides Insight into Current AirScale Platform
Half Moon Bay, CA July 30, 2019: EJL Wireless Research is excited to announce two new reports to its DesigN Analysis-Infrastructure (DNA-I) research series. The DNA-I series focuses on radio access network equipment teardown reports. These reports provide invaluable insight into the design philosophies and architectures for the major radio equipment OEMs as well as a full bill of materials (BOM) for major semiconductor integrated circuit (IC) and passive component products and suppliers. Continue reading EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Nokia Flexi Multiradio 10 LTE eNodeBs
5G BBU shipments capture 2% share due to initial deployments in U.S., South Korea and China
Huawei edges out Ericsson for Top Position in Overall Rankings and is the clear leader in 5G
Half Moon Bay, CA July 16, 2019: Shipments of digital baseband units (BBU) experienced the first decline in six years in 2018, according to the latest report from EJL Wireless Research titled “Global Macrocell Baseband Unit Market Analysis and Forecast, 2019-2023 15th Edition.” “The last downturn was in 2011 however the decline in 2018 was 23% compared with the 12% drop back then. Continue reading EJL Wireless Research Reports Global Macrocell BBU Shipments Peaked in 2017, Down 23% in 2018
5G eMBB Network is deployed in very limited areas similar to FWA Cities
Mobility coverage has even more challenging issues that fixed
Half Moon Bay, CA June 18, 2019: EJL Wireless Research is excited to announce its first case study for a U.S. 5G enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) network and third city using microwave (MW)/millimeter wave (mmWave) frequencies. Continue reading EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Verizon Wireless’ 5G Mobile Network in Minneapolis, MN
Private LTE deployments will dominate CBRS indoor deployments during the next 5 years.
200k CBRS radios/small cells are expected to be deployed for indoor networks by 2024.
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Miami, Florida, and San Francisco, California – June 13, 2019 – The Citizen Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) radio node market will grow from initial revenues of USD $3 million in 2019 to USD $100 million by 2024, driven primarily by private LTE deployments according to CBRS: The Indoor Market Opportunity and Forecasts 2019-2024 from Maravedis and EJL Wireless Research who worked jointly to produce this independent market report. Continue reading CBRS: The Indoor Opportunity Market and Forecasts 2019-2024