November 2019 | 100-105 pages
This report presents insights on the emerging antenna technology by startups
Unique techniques gradually becoming mainstream in the antenna startup ecosystem, in order to to comply with the existing and upcoming standards in the field
Reasons for miniaturization, performance enhancement, and cost effectiveness of antenna solutions
Miniaturization, MIMO, and different beam-forming techniques to create software-defined antennas based on chips, mmWave technology, and photonics, being especially used by startups
Emergence of metamaterial antenna structures
Development of 5G-connective infrastructure
Overall development of next-generation antenna by leveraging AI techniques, MEMS solutions, optical technology, and 3D printing
Top organizations to have used this report include Notch Technologies, Arralis, Kymeta Corporation, TMYTEK, uBeam, Blickfeld, and RoboSense
Recent advances in wireless communication and the rapid spread of IoT devices are fueling the adoption of smart antennas and are transforming deployment of intelligent systems across connected systems. Innovative beam-forming techniques, selection of frequency bands for antenna operations, and the underlining design requirements are forming the basis for choosing suitable antennas for various IoT use cases.
This report is a global study on the state of antenna technologies, seen from the perspective of the innovators and disruptors – companies that are redefining the IoT ecosystem. It covers the challenges faced by traditional antenna technologies, drivers of innovative solutions, antenna advancements, and the impact of these innovations on IoT applications. The report further describes how the startups are improvising on antenna performance for finding suitable solutions for the current challenges.
2. Startup Ecosystem
3. Enabling Technologies for Antenna Development
5. Concluding Remarks