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The terminology wireless communication includes a wide range of products including handheld radios, PDAs, cell phones, and wireless networking. There are other examples of wireless technology that can be found in devices like Maritime VHF, garage door openers, computer mice, satellite television, GPS, keyboards, and cordless telephones.

Wireless communication has the ability to be limited to small distances, like it’s done with bluetooth communications, or also to thousand mile distances like with short wave radio communication. Very often wireless communication is applied where wires are not possible or costly.

Wireless communications can be found frequently within the telecommunication sector as a vehicle to transport data without the need to use wires. This transfer of data over large distances to communicate with complex, electrical products can be found in devices like telegraphs, teletypes, telephones, the use of microwave and radio waves, fiber optics and their corresponding electronics, in addition to its use in various orbiting satellites and the Internet.

While the focus of opportunity in the telecommunications industry continually changes from wired to wireless frameworks, the necessity to access a larger portion of the electromagnetic spectrum becomes increasingly valuable. There are many competing opinions of the best way to free up spectrum under the present power and control of the government bureaucracy’s around the world.

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Telecommunications & Wireless Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Global In-flight Entertainment Systems Market 2018-2022

    ... demand from passengers, it is also being adopted by budget carriers. The IFE market covers video entertainment, audio entertainment, and mobile telephony that enhance the passenger experience. Technavio’s analysts forecast the global in-flight entertainment systems ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in the Netherlands

    ... functionality to such an extent that they compare to some digital cameras. Due to convenience, consumers prefer to carry one device and smartphones are considered easy to use. Furthermore, consumers who want to share their ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Indonesia

    ... plug, some people still preferred in-car navigation devices to save their smartphone battery. However, now car manufacturers have installed a USB plug, smartphones have become a substitute product. Indonesians prefer to buy multifunctional rather than ... Read More

  • Rwanda Telecommunications Q4 2018

    ... risk to our market forecast. We expect strong uptake in3G/4G connections to be the main growth driver of the market - cannibalising mobile and wireline broadband connections. There isstill scope for organic growth owing to ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Turkey

    ... did not have a significant impact on in-car entertainment volume sales due to the strong rise in the presence of high-quality new cars with factory-fitted media systems, along with the fact that the average age ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Ukraine

    ... has grown strongly. Cars produced before 2010 often do not have in-dash media players that support MP3 files or do not allow the inserting of flash memory or connection with a smartphone. These limitations stimulated ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Saudi Arabia

    ... equipped with sophisticated built-in in-car navigation systems. Also, sales of navigation systems are being impacted by the offering of competitively priced in-dash media players that embed navigation features. However, the prohibition on using mobile phones ... Read More

  • Indonesia Telecommunications Q4 2018

    ... of affordable smartphoneslend supportto our view. Aggressive infrastructure deployment programmes in terms of 4G-capable base stations and fibre-optic cables willimprove Indonesia's national broadband landscape, although Indonesia's archipelagicnature means that 100% nationwidecoverage will likely require reliance ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Vietnam

    ... comparison with the number of cars in Vietnam, sales of in-car navigation remain largely insignificant. The main reason for the insignificant presence of in-car navigation is due to the widespread usage of smartphones amongst Vietnamese. ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in Austria

    ... new smartphone led to significant increases in average unit price and overall value sales. Euromonitor International's Mobile Phones in Austria report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the in-home, portable and ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in China

    ... smartphones became longer, which led to diminishing demand for replacements. A lack of strong positive sales drivers to encourage consumers to replace their existing smartphones with new ones resulted in a decline in volume sales ... Read More

  • Greece Telecommunications Q4 2018

    ... to have the lowest ARPUs in Western Europe. Thecompetitive landscape of the Greek telecommunications market is undergoing some changes, as Vodafone completed itsEUR118mn (USD144.75mn) purchase of CYTA Hellas in July, increasing its strength in the ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Morocco

    ... with higher-quality sound and media systems. Moroccans are replacing their cars within a shorter period, which negatively impacts the demand for in-car entertainment since the new cars are already well equipped, and so the category’s ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in Singapore

    ... However, driven by replacement demand, the forecast period will witness comparatively strong value and volume growth for the category. High disposable incomes and consumer interest in keeping abreast of the latest technological innovations are some ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in South Africa

    ... importantly on price. Sales of premium devices are declining as consumers continue to migrate to entry-level alternatives. These are priced at less than ZAR5,000, while lower-tier devices can come under ZAR1,000. With regard to smartphone ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in the United Kingdom

    ... consumers may switch to higher end models such as SLR and compact system cameras with higher image quality which benefits SLR camera leaders Nikon and Canon. Over the forecast period, the impact of the growth ... Read More

  • Belgium Telecommunications Q4 2018

    ... that there is scope for upselling existing subscriptions to more high-valuecontracts. Opportunities still exist as many users remain on basic services, but work remains to be done to ensure competition. Ouroutlook for fibre broadband remains ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in Spain

    ... and the end of contract smartphones also reduced the frequency of purchases of new devices and extended the replacement cycle, which rose by three months between 2014 and 2018. Euromonitor International's Mobile Phones in Spain ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in Thailand

    ... of important situations. Previously, quality photos were taken on a full frame camera or at least a mirrorless camera, but not everyone liked to carry a camera everywhere with them because of its weight and ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in South Korea

    ... are expected to see strong declines. The number of newly registered cars increased to 18 million in 2017, according to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport; nevertheless, aftermarket sales of in-car entertainment are continuously ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in the Philippines

    ... as Vivo, Sony and Huawei have been quick to offer mid-range models which cost between PHP10,000-25,000. Companies such as Asus, which has a limited share in the Philippines, are thus refocusing their efforts on offering ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in the United Arab Emirates

    ... their stability, thanks to a decline in average unit prices for the category that will continue to drive sales. Smartphones is benefiting from increasingly being viewed as omnifunctional devices. By the end of the review ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in the United Kingdom

    ... rising unit prices for high-end flagship models especially and the related growth for replacement cycles, as consumers feel less inclined to replace their handset every year or every two years if paying a lot for ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in Morocco

    ... of internet connection are allowing consumers to be highly attracted to social media platforms, mainly Facebook and WhatsApp. Furthermore, smartphones have adapted screen sizes, offering to the consumer the right view for watching videos or ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in Poland

    ... of the new technology recently applied to smartphones. Aside from novel technology and design, consumers look for features that can offer more convenience, such as durability of battery. Euromonitor International's Mobile Phones in Poland report ... Read More

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