Global Distributed Antenna Systems Market 2021 Industry Outlook, Share, Size, Opportunities and Forecast to 2027


Distributed Antenna System (DAS) is a special type of network of spatially separated array of antennas, which are generally connected to transport the medium, generally a coaxial line or a fiber optic line, in order to provide wireless services within a house or building. DAS is controlled by direct connection to a cellular base station, cell tower, or repeater. DAS helps multiple telecommunications operators provide Internet connectivity in a single area. DAS helps to overcome the RF interference, because the same coverage is covered with the lower transmission power from the different antennas. DAS contributes to higher customer satisfaction as there are no interrupted or blocked calls. Additionally, DAS helps to improve communication speed using MIMO / beamforming techniques.

The increasing demand from end customer segments such as business, sports, smart buildings and others is driving the DAS market growth. With the increasing acceptance of technologies such as VR, AR and IoT, content is becoming more data-intensive and requires smooth network coverage and connectivity. This would represent a considerable opportunity for the DAS market in the region.

Referring to the study, ‘Global Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) Market, 2021-2027’ the key companies operating in the global distributed antenna systems market include Comba Telecom Systems Holdings Ltd., Kathrein-Werke KG, Cobham Limited, CommScope Inc. and among others.

Rise in need for spectrum efficiency, followed by increase in mobile data traffic, growth in number of connected devices due to Internet-of-Things (IoT), increase in importance of government to improve the telecommunication infrastructure to meet customer demand for seamless connectivity, surge in consumer demand for extended network coverage & uninterrupted connectivity and growth in construction of buildings based on modern & sustainable concepts are some major factors, which are responsible for growth of the distributed antenna systems market. However, complexities involved in installing DAS and High costs associated with deployment of DAS may impact the market. Moreover, increase in commercial space across ASEAN region and surge in requirement for public safety connectivity are leading opportunities for market. Furthermore, a technological difficulty such as backhaul is a key challenge for global market.

Based on regional analysis, the North-America is a leading region in global distributed antenna systems market owing to presence of advanced technologies across the region. In addition, North America is expected to be the first region to adopt 5G services in areas for instance AR / VR, artificial intelligence and autonomous driving for its high level of digital customer loyalty. In addition to the huge number of subscribers with more than one connected device, the increase in the number of M2M cellular connections, rising adoption of Internet of Things (IoT), surging demand for on-demand video services and rising automation in various sectors may accelerate the DAS market in this region. The Europe and Asia-Pacific regions are estimated to witness higher growth rate due to rapid urbanization, increase in penetration of broadband internet connectivity and rise in consumer demand for extended network coverage & uninterrupted connectivity over the forecast period. It is projected that future of the global distributed antenna systems market will be bright as a result of growth in requirement for public safety connectivity coupled with increase in higher-bandwidth applications & in-building demand during the forecast period.

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Global Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) Market Report, 2021-2027

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