Amplifier Market

 

Q1 2015 Amplifier Market Tracker

The amplifier market includes general purpose, low power, low voltage, high speed, instrumentation, precision operational amplifiers. This category also includes comparators. This market is expected to reach $3.3 billion this year and grow at a compound annual growth rate of 7 percent over the next five years in terms of worldwide revenue. This tracker provides forecasts for these products by region, market segment, application, and by product type. Market share is also provided by region and by product type.

Q4 2014 Amplifier Market Tracker

After two years of stagnant market conditions, the operational amplifier market is expected to increase 10 percent this year reaching a worldwide revenue total of $2.9 billion. Driving this growth is the high speed, precision, and low power product markets. Long term, global amplifier revenue is expected to continue growth with a compound annual growth rate of 9 percent. This tracker provides forecasts for analog amplifier products which include general purpose, low voltage, low power, high speed, precision, and instrumentation amplifiers. Forecasts are provided by region, market segments, application market, and by product type. Market share is also provided by region as well as by product type.

Q3 2014 Amplifier Market Tracker

Operational amplifiers (op amps) are signal conditioning circuits used to increase the amplitude of the differential voltage between two input nodes. Op amps typically provide signal conditioning for functions such as improved bandwidth, gain, efficiency, stability, linearity, rise time, slew rate, lower noise and a wider output dynamic range. This tracker provides forecasts for revenue and units by region, application, and product market. Market share for 2013 is also provided for each subcategory of amplifiers.

Q2 2014 Amplifier Market Tracker

Operational amplifiers (op amps) are signal conditioning circuits used to increase the amplitude of the differential voltage between two input nodes. Op amps typically provide signal conditioning for functions such as improved bandwidth, gain, efficiency, stability, linearity, rise time, slew rate, lower noise and a wider output dynamic range. This tracker includes subcategories for op amps, including general purpose, high speed, low-power, low-voltage, instrumentation, and precision. Signal conditioning in this tracker includes data for both amplifiers and comparators. Forecasts are provided for these products by region, market segment, application and product type. Market share is also provided.