Low-Power Integrated Circuits and Radio Frequency (RF) Technologies: Emerging Growth Opportunities Revealed
Low-power design advancements supported by emerging RF standards accelerate future growth potential in Internet of Things (IoT) applications
Power-efficient electronic devices capable of high-speed communication have become essential in today’s electronics-dominated world. Low-power integrated circuits (IC) and radio frequency (RF) technologies have evolved rapidly following the increase in portable electronics and internet of things (IoT) usage. Circuit design advancements, such as subthreshold and energy harvesting, could lengthen the device life cycle and ensure a “battery-free” future. Various RF technologies, such as Wi-Fi HaLow, LoRa (long range), and 5G, have emerged to cater to the growing demand for hassle-free data communication. Other technologies, such as beamforming, are gaining traction in enabling efficient 5G communication.
This Frost & Sullivan technology and innovation report offers insights into ongoing developments in low-power IC and RF industries. The research scope focuses on emerging design techniques and RF technologies, such as subthreshold and beamforming, opening up new avenues in these industries and playing a critical role in IoT and connected devices deployment. This research also highlights end-market applications that might evolve in the next two to five years.
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