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Military Radars Market by Component, Platform, End User, Type, Frequency Band, Dimension, Range, Application, & Region - Global Forecast to 2027

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Global Military Radars Market

Global Military Radars Market
Global Military Radars Market

Dublin, Nov. 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Military Radars Market by Component (Antenna, Transmitter, Receiver, Duplexer, Display, Digital Signal Processor), Platform (Land, Naval, Airborne, Space), End User, Type, Frequency Band, Dimension, Range, Application, & Region - Global Forecast to 2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The global military radars market size is projected to grow from USD 13.5 billion in 2022 to USD 17.1 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 4.7% from 2022 to 2027.

Air & missile defense:: The fastest-growing segment of the military radars market, by application

According to the application, the military radars market is believed to be dominated by the air and missile defense industry. The market for air & missile defense radars will be driven by ongoing modernization initiatives in airspace monitoring in the Asia Pacific region, activities like sea-based military operations, drug trafficking, illegal migrations, demand for early warning threat detection systems, ongoing demand for mine detection systems, and equipment by the US military to address conflicts in the Middle East and Asia Pacific.

Asia Pacific: The fastest-growing region in the military radars market.

The military radars market is anticipated to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period in Asia Pacific. This region's expansion can be linked to the rising expenditures on air defense systems to bolster their combat zone defenses and counter threats.

China and India are improving their command-and-control networks to increase their capacity for resource allocation and surveillance.

In the Asia Pacific area, China is anticipated to dominate the market for military radars. Australia, Vietnam, Thailand, and other nations that had previously invested on land forces are now thinking about increasing their spending on air-sea defense.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Research Methodology

3 Executive Summary

4 Premium Insights
4.1 Attractive Market Opportunities in Military Radars Market
4.2 Military Radars Market, by Frequency Band
4.3 Military Radars Market, by End-user
4.4 Military Radars Market, by Dimension
4.5 Military Radars Market, by Application
4.6 Military Radars Market, by Component
4.7 Military Radars Market, by Waveform
4.8 Military Radars Market, by Technology
4.9 Military Radars Market, by Country

5 Market Overview
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Market Dynamics
5.2.1 Drivers
5.2.1.1 Significant Investments by Governments
5.2.1.2 Growth in Military Radar and Defense System Procurement
5.2.1.3 Rise in Military Spending on Modern and Advanced Equipment
5.2.1.4 Modernization and Upgrade in Border Surveillance Systems
5.2.1.5 Growth of Missile Detection Systems
5.2.1.6 Advancements in Radar Technologies
5.2.1.7 Emergence of Modern Electronic Warfare and Network-Centric Warfare
5.2.1.8 Development of Phased Array Solid-State Radars
5.2.2 Restraints
5.2.2.1 High Investments in Early Phases
5.2.2.2 Lack of Infrastructure for Development of Communication Technologies
5.2.3 Opportunities
5.2.3.1 Growing Requirement for Military Radar Technologies
5.2.3.2 Rising Adoption of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Lightweight Radars
5.2.3.3 Development of Low-Cost and Miniaturized Radars
5.2.3.4 Rising Adoption of Lightweight Uavs
5.2.3.5 Ground Surveillance Radars for Border Monitoring
5.2.4 Challenges
5.2.4.1 Stringent Cross-Border Trading Policies
5.2.4.2 Susceptibility to New Jamming Techniques
5.2.4.3 Extreme Weather Conditions
5.3 Trends/Business Impacting Customers' Businesses
5.3.1 Revenue Shift and New Revenue Pockets for Military Radar System Manufacturers
5.4 Military Radars Market Ecosystem
5.4.1 Prominent Companies
5.4.2 Private and Small Enterprises
5.4.3 End-users
5.5 Value Chain Analysis
5.6 Use Case Analysis
5.6.1 Use Case: Next-Generation Air Defense
5.6.2 Use Case: Radar System for Small and Highly Maneuverable Targets
5.6.3 Use Case: Sea-Based Radar System with Upgraded X-Band Radar
5.6.4 Use Case: Shipborne Radar System- Air Surveillance 3D Radar
5.7 Average Selling Price
5.8 Trade Analysis
5.9 Porter's Five Forces Analysis
5.10 Key Stakeholders and Buying Criteria
5.10.1 Key Stakeholders in Buying Process
5.10.2 Buying Criteria
5.11 Tariff and Regulatory Landscape
5.12 Key Conferences and Events from October 2022-September 2023

6 Industry Trends
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Technology Trends
6.2.1 Software Defined Radars
6.2.2 Mimo (Multiple Inputs/Multiple Outputs)
6.2.3 3D and 4D Radars
6.2.4 Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radars (Isar)
6.2.5 Quantum Radars
6.2.6 Lidar Technology
6.3 Technology Analysis
6.3.1 Use of Polarimetric Radars
6.3.2 Development of Active Electronically Scanned Array (Aesa)
6.3.3 3D Printing of Rf Equipment
6.3.4 Use of Advanced Material in Radar Systems
6.3.5 Use of Solid-State Modules
6.3.6 Implementation of Lightweight Radars
6.3.7 4D Electronically Scanned Array Radar Systems
6.3.8 Supply Chain Analysis
6.4 Impact of Megatrends
6.4.1 Introduction of Internet of Things (Iot) and Digitalization
6.4.2 Shift in Global Economic Power
6.4.3 Development in Antenna in Radar Systems
6.5 Innovation and Patent Registrations

7 Military Radars Market, by Component
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Antennas
7.2.1 Parabolic Reflector Antennas
7.2.1.1 High Signal Gain and Directivity at Narrow Bandwidths
7.2.2 Slotted Waveguide Antennas
7.2.2.1 Growing Demand for Lightweight and Portable Surveillance Radars to Fuel Segment
7.2.3 Planar Phased Array Antennas
7.2.3.1 Rising Adoption of Tactical Defense Radar Systems
7.2.4 Active Scanned Array Antennas
7.2.4.1 Demand for Reliable and Efficient Surveillance Radars to Boost Segment
7.2.5 Passive Scanned Array Antennas
7.2.5.1 Tracks Multiple Targets
7.3 Transmitters
7.3.1 Microwave Tube-Based Transmitters
7.3.1.1 Capable of Transmitting High-Power Microwaves Transmitters
7.3.2 Solid-State Electronics
7.3.2.1 Reliable Mode of Signal Transmission in Critical Weather
7.4 Receivers
7.4.1 Analog Receivers
7.4.1.1 Less Preferred Than Digital Receivers
7.4.2 Digital Receivers
7.4.2.1 Easy to Design, Compact, and Reliable
7.5 Power Amplifiers
7.5.1 Traveling Wave Tube Amplifiers (Twta)
7.5.1.1 Demand for Large Bandwidth-Capable Radars to Drive Segment
7.5.2 Solid-State Power Amplifiers
7.5.2.1 Used in Limited Bandwidth and Low Voltage Applications
7.5.2.2 Gallium Arsenide (Gaas)
7.5.2.2.1 Driven by Rising Demand for Low Power-Consuming Electronics Warfare Systems
7.5.2.3 Gallium Nitride (Gan)
7.5.2.3.1 Operates in Micrometer and Millimeter-Wave Range
7.6 Duplexers
7.6.1 Branch Type Duplexers
7.6.1.1 Growing Demand for Compact Duplexers to Drive Segment
7.6.2 Balanced Type Duplexers
7.6.2.1 Large Size Limits Application
7.6.3 Circulator Duplexers
7.6.3.1 Smaller Than Other Models
7.7 Digital Signal Processors
7.8 Stabilization Systems
7.9 Graphical User Interfaces
7.9.1 Control Panels
7.9.2 Graphic Panels
7.9.3 Displays
7.9.4 Others

8 Military Radars Market, by Platform
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Land
8.2.1 Fixed Radars
8.2.1.1 Monitors Strategic Locations for Intrusion Activities
8.2.2 Vehicle-Based Radars
8.2.2.1 Used for Armored Military Vehicles
8.2.3 Man-Portable Radars
8.2.3.1 Primarily Used for Counter-Drone Detection
8.3 Naval
8.3.1 Vessel-Based Radars
8.3.1.1 Demand for Effective Weapon Guidance Systems for Naval Ships to Boost Segment
8.3.2 Coastal Radars
8.3.2.1 Detects Adverse Effects of Critical Weather Conditions
8.3.3 Unmanned Surface Vehicles Mounted Radars
8.3.3.1 Low Operation Cost and Multi-Purpose Usage
8.4 Airborne
8.4.1 Manned Aircraft Radars
8.4.1.1 Offers Extended Missile Guidance and Operational Efficiency in Cluttered Scenarios
8.4.2 Uav Radars
8.4.2.1 Detects and Tracks Targets
8.4.3 Aerostats/Balloons-Based Radars
8.4.3.1 High Altitude and Operational Capabilities
8.5 Space
8.5.1 Moving Target Identification and High-Resolution Digital Mapping

9 Military Radars Market, by Application
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Airspace Monitoring and Traffic Management
9.2.1 Tracks Threats and Provides Accurate Information on Existing Fleet Aircraft
9.3 Maritime Patrolling, Search, and Rescue
9.3.1 Rising Sea-Based Military Operations, Drug Trafficking, and Illegal Migration to Drive Segment
9.4 Air and Missile Defense
9.4.1 Act as Early Warning Threat Detection Devices
9.5 Weapon Guidance
9.5.1 Focus on Improving Weapon Accuracy and Effectiveness to Fuel Segment
9.6 Ground Surveillance and Intruder Detection
9.6.1 Need for Rapid and High-Resolution Imagery Techniques to Boost Segment
9.7 Airborne Mapping
9.7.1 Better Image Processing Technology
9.8 Navigation
9.8.1 Marine and Airborne Applications
9.9 Mine Detection and Underground Mapping
9.9.1 Detects Metallic and Non-Metallic Objects
9.1 Ground Force Protection and Counter Mapping
9.10.1 Driven by Advancements in Technical Warfare
9.11 Weather Monitoring
9.11.1 Provides Accurate and Precise Weather Forecast
9.12 Space Situational Awareness
9.12.1 Emphasizes on Developing Space Weather and Near-Earth Object (Neo) Services
9.13 Others

10 Military Radars Market, by End-user
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Navy
10.2.1 Vessel-Based Radars
10.2.1.1 Increasing Demand for Coastal Surveillance Across Geographies to Drive Segment
10.2.2 Airborne Radars
10.2.2.1 Miniaturized and Compact Radar Systems
10.2.3 Coastal Security Radars
10.2.3.1 Used for Coastal Surveillance and Port Security
10.3 Army
10.3.1 Airborne Radars
10.3.1.1 Fulfills Need for Advanced Situational Awareness and Information Dissemination
10.3.2 Land Radars
10.3.2.1 High Threat Detection Capabilities
10.3.3 Over-The-Horizon Radars
10.3.4 Missile and Gunfire Control Radars
10.3.5 Perimeter Surveillance Radars
10.3.6 Long-Range Surveillance Radars
10.4 Airforce
10.4.1 Airborne Radars
10.4.1.1 Preferred in Border Protection Applications
10.4.2 Land Radars
10.4.2.1 Advanced Imaging and Signal Processing Techniques
10.4.3 Precision Approach Radars
10.4.4 Surface Movement Radars
10.4.5 Weather Navigation Radars
10.5 Space
10.5.1 Search and Detection Radars
10.5.1.1 Enables 3D Imaging of Targets

11 Military Radars Market, by Waveform
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (Fmcw)
11.2.1 Increased Dependence on Low-Power Transmission Devices to Drive Segment
11.3 Doppler
11.3.1 Conventional Doppler
11.3.1.1 Used to Monitor Weather Conditions
11.3.2 Pulse-Doppler
11.3.2.1 Combines Features of Pulse Radars and Continuous-Wave Radars

12 Military Radars Market, by Technology
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Software Defined Radars (Sdr)
12.2.1 Lightweight, Faster, and Easily Customizable
12.2.2 Phased Array Radars
12.2.2.1 Active Electronically Scanned Array (Aesa)
12.2.2.1.1 Advanced Tracking and Detection Capabilities
12.2.2.2 Passive Electronically Scanned Array (Pesa)
12.2.2.2.1 Uses Existing Electromagnetic Signals to Develop Images and Enhance Tracking Capabilities
12.2.3 Mimo
12.2.3.1 Improves Ability to Scale and Reduces Power Consumption
12.3 Quantum Radars
12.3.1 Transmit Subatomic Particles to Search Targets
12.4 Conventional Radars
12.4.1 Used in Detection and Imaging Applications

13 Military Radars Market, by Frequency Band
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Hf/Uhf/Vhf-Band
13.2.1 Preferred for Long-Range Surveillance and Tracking,
13.3 L-Band
13.3.1 Used Extensively for Fleet Management and Asset Tracking
13.4 S-Band
13.4.1 Used for Moderate-Range Surveillance
13.5 C-Band
13.5.1 Used for Long-Range Military Battlefield and Ground Surveillance
13.6 X-Band
13.6.1 Used for Situational Awareness
13.7 Ku-Band
13.7.1 Provides Wide Beam Coverage and Higher Throughput
13.8 Ka-Band
13.8.1 Transmits Data at Higher Rate Than Ku-Band
13.9 Multi-Band
13.9.1 Used for Coherent Detection and Tracking of Moving Target Objects

14 Military Radars Market, by Range
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Long Range
14.2.1 Used for Long-Distance Tracking and Accurate Location
14.3 Medium Range
14.3.1 Used Across Military Applications
14.4 Short Range
14.4.1 Used Primarily in Commercial Applications or Man-Portable Reconnaissance Missions
14.5 Very Short Range
14.5.1 Preferred for Surveillance and Tracking Operations from Flying Threats
14.6 Very Long Range
14.6.1 Tracks Ballistic Missiles, Air-Breathing Targets, and Satellites

15 Military Radars Market, by Product Type
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Surveillance and Airborne Early Warning Radars
15.2.1 Airborne Surveillance Radars
15.2.1.1 Availability of Cost-Efficient Uavs for Airborne Surveillance to Drive Segment
15.2.2 Land Surveillance Radars
15.2.2.1 Used for Intruder Detection and Perimeter Surveillance at Border Posts
15.2.3 Naval Surveillance Radars
15.2.3.1 3D Surface-To-Surface and Surface-To-Air Surveillance Activities
15.2.4 Space Surveillance Radars
15.2.4.1 Increasing Use of Synthetic Aperture Radars for Situational Awareness to Aid Segment Growth
15.3 Tracking and Fire Control Radars
15.3.1 Airborne Tracking and Fire Control Radars
15.3.1.1 Increasing Need for Advanced Situational Awareness and Information Dissemination Abilities to Boost Use
15.3.2 Land Tracking and Fire Control Radars
15.3.2.1 Technological Advancements in Multi-Band Spectrum Capability to Fuel Segment
15.3.3 Naval Tracking and Fire Control Radars
15.3.3.1 Increasing Geopolitical Concerns in Asia-Pacific and Middle East to Fuel Segment
15.3.4 Space Tracking and Fire Control Radars
15.3.4.1 Need for Tracking Satellites and Space Debris
15.4 Multi-Function Radars
15.4.1 Land Multi-Function Radars
15.4.1.1 Segment Growth Due to Increased Need for Situational Awareness
15.4.2 Naval Multi-Function Radars
15.4.2.1 Geopolitical Issues and Investments in Naval Radar Technology to Drive Segment
15.5 Weapon Locating & C-Ram Radars
15.5.1 Provide Threat Detection and Countermeasure Capabilities
15.6 Aircraft Birdstrike Avoidance Radars
15.6.1 Designed for Permanent Monitoring of Bird Control Zones
15.7 Ground Penetrating Radars
15.7.1 Detect Landmines and Weapons Buried Underground
15.8 Air Traffic Control Radars
15.8.1 Increasing Automation in Air Traffic Management with Advanced Software Algorithms to Fuel Segment
15.9 Airborne Moving Target Indicator Radars
15.9.1 Demand for Space-Borne Synthetic Aperture Radar (Sar) to Drive Segment
15.10 Weather Radars
15.11 Counter-Drone Radars
15.12 Others

16 Military Radars Market, by Dimension
16.1 Introduction
16.2 2D Radars
16.2.1 Used for Air Traffic Management
16.3 3D Radars
16.3.1 Provide High Target Location Accuracy and Fully Automatic Operation Modes
16.4 4D Radars
16.4.1 Used in Autonomous Tactical Surveillance Vehicles for Accurate Target Mapping

17 Military Radars Market, by Service
17.1 Introduction
17.2 Installation/Integration
17.3 Support and Maintenance
17.4 Training and Consulting

18 Regional Analysis

19 Competitive Landscape

20 Company Profiles
20.1 Introduction
20.2 Key Players
20.2.1 Raytheon Technologies Corporation
20.2.2 Lockheed Martin Corporation
20.2.3 Israel Aerospace Industries (Iai)
20.2.4 Leonardo S.P.A
20.2.5 Thales Group
20.2.6 Bae Systems
20.2.7 Northrop Grumman Corporation
20.2.8 L3Harris Technologies, Inc.
20.2.9 Elbit Systems Ltd.
20.2.10 Teledyne Flir LLC
20.2.11 Saab Ab
20.2.12 Bharat Electronics Ltd.
20.2.13 Indra Sistemas
20.2.14 Aselsan A.S
20.2.15 Telephonics Corporation
20.3 Other Players
20.3.1 Blighter Surveillance Systems Ltd.
20.3.2 Detect Inc.
20.3.3 Hensoldt
20.3.4 Terma A/S
20.3.5 Accipiter Radar
20.3.6 Nrpl Aero
20.3.7 Linktronic
20.3.8 Reutech Radar Systems
20.3.9 Src Inc.
20.3.10 Easat Radar Systems Ltd.

21 Appendix

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