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Licensed Mobile Radio Report – 2022 Analysis
LMR technology showed early recovery signs in 2021. Global shipments are experiencing slow growth in their continued digitalization journey and permeating global markets and applications.
Licensed Mobile Radio Report – 2022 Data
Mission-critical LMR terminal shipments are starting to show recovery signs. Global shipments are experiencing slow, positive growth and continuing to permeate global markets.
LMR Infrastructure & Systems Integration – 2022 Data
Global LMR infrastructure and system integration revenue experienced recovery growth in 2021 and is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 6% in the next five years. The market will continue to flourish globally with projected growth until 2026.
DMR/dPMR & Competing Technologies – 2022 Data
This is the 11th edition covering base-year 2021 and market forecasts. The global cost-optimized digital terminal shipment market has seen signs of recovery in 2021 and is expected to continue growing by a 10.1% CAGR in the next five years.
Tetra Terminals – 2022 Data
This is the 14th edition of the TETRA terminal market database comprising base year 2021 and 2022–26 market forecasts. Global TETRA terminal shipments fell by 2.2% in 2021, but owing to its resiliency, it is showing signs of recovery with a predicted CAGR of 4.7% in the next five years.
DMR/dPMR & Competing Technologies – 2020 – Database
This report is dedicated to the market for DMR/dPMR and competing technologies. This reflects the increased growth worldwide of this market as the fastest-growing technology segment in the LMR industry.
The Analyst Team
Ildefonso De La Cruz Morales
Principal Analyst - Critical Communications
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