ID: MRFR/A&D/4514-HCR | February 2021 | Region: Global | 100 pages
Military jammers play a key role in battlefields by informing and protecting soldiers from territorial threats. However, jammers can also be used for commercial purposes—the major difference between the jammers used for commercial purpose and military jammers is that the military jammers operate at a very high-frequency range and are able to jam various frequency wavelengths at the same time. Military jammer manufacturing companies are continually investing in jamming technologies and are aiming at catering to the next-generation requirements in terms of technological innovation. This is also expected to propel the demand for military jammers during the forecast period. Rising usage of radar jamming decoys, unmanned aerial vehicles in restricted areas, rising territorial conflicts among nations, and increasing military spending by countries such as China, the US, and India, are the major drivers for the global military jammer market. As per MRFR analysis, the global military jammer market is expected to register a CAGR 8.36% during the forecast period 2018–2025.
Segmentation of the Global Military Jammer Market
The global military jammer market has been segmented based on type, deployment type, technology, application, and region. Based on type, radar segment accounted for the largest market share of 42.36% in 2018 and is projected to record a growth rate of 9.69% during the forecast period. The rising use of military systems is propelling the growth of the market. Based on deployment type, the market has been segmented into ground-based, naval-based, and airborne. The ground-based segment accounted for the largest market share of 35.25%, in 2018. Based on region, Asia-Pacific has the largest demand for the military jamming market. The military jamming market is emerging in countries includes China, India, and Japan, and is estimated to grow at a high rate in the forecast period. North America is expected to register the fastest growth rate in over the coming years, owing to an increase in the instances of territorial dispute.
The key players in the global military jammer market are Thales Group (France), Saab AB (Sweden), Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd (Israel), BAE Systems (UK), Lockheed Martin Corporation (US), Northrop Grumman (US), Raytheon Company (US), L-3 Technologies Inc. (US), Ultra Electronics Inc. (UK), and Mercury Systems, Inc. (US).
The market values and forecast are derived using the Market Research Future (MRFR) research methodology, which includes secondary research, primary interviews, data triangulation, and validation from an in-house data repository and statistical modeling tools.
In this process, data is collected from various secondary sources, including annual reports, SEC filings, journals, government associations, aerospace & defense magazines, white papers, corporate presentations, company websites, and paid databases.
In this process, both the demand- and supply-side parties are interviewed to extract facts and insights into the market forecast, production, trends, and projected market growth. Industry stakeholders such as CEOs, VPs, directors, and marketing executives across the value chain are approached to obtain key information.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :
The global military jammer market is touted to record a substantial market valuation at a CAGR of nearly 8.36%.
The radar jamming segment is expected to witness the highest demand in the forecast period.
The naval segment is expected to observe substantial demand over the review period.
The APAC segment is slated to expand as the fastest-growing segment.
A few eminent market players operating in the global Military jammer market are BAE Systems (U.K), Lockheed Martin Corporation (U.S.), Northrop Grumman (U.S.), among others.