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市場調查報告書 - 143239

全球軍用及商用光纖連接器市場

Fiber Optic Connectors in Military and Commercial Applications

出版商 Bishop & Associates, Inc.
出版日期 內容資訊 英文
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全球軍用及商用光纖連接器市場 Fiber Optic Connectors in Military and Commercial Applications
出版日期: 2011年01月06日 內容資訊: 英文
簡介

光纖連接技術雖因高速、信號密度高,且無電磁干擾(EMI)及串線干擾問題,與銅線電纜相較下具達到更遠距離之優點,但因其高成本,在通訊市場以外並不普及。

本報告為,詳細分析軍用及商用光纖連接器市場,並匯整光纖通訊技術、市場概要、產業標準等基本數據、各間主要製造商簡介、市場統計數據、今後展望,以下列摘要形式闡述。

第1章 調查範圍及方式

第2章 簡介

  • 簡介/歷史
  • 光纖通訊技術
  • 光纖通訊之基本原理
  • 光纖電纜技術
  • 光纖技術損耗特性
  • 光纖連接器類型
  • 光纖連接器之終端處理
  • 光纖連接技術效能

第3章 光纖連接器概要

  • 軍用光纖連接器類型
  • 商業通訊/數據通訊連接器
  • 光纖轉接器及特殊應用連接器

第4章 光纖相互連結產業標準

  • 軍用
  • 商業通訊/數據通訊應用

第5章 可連結之光學模組

  • Gigabit介面轉換器
  • Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP)規格模組
  • X-PAK、XenPak、XFP、X2
  • QSFP
  • SFP+
  • CXP
  • CFP

第6章 主動式光纖電纜及媒體轉接器

第7章 光纖連接器及電纜零件製造商

  • 可於航空電子領域及嚴峻環境使用之軍用介面製造商
    • Amphenol
    • Belden
    • Corning
    • Glenair
    • ITT Interconnect Solutions
    • Radiall
    • Sabritec
    • Souriau
    • Delphi
    • Huber+Suhner
    • Tyco Electronics
  • 商業通訊/數據通訊介面
    • Amphenol
    • Belden
    • Corning
    • Fujikura
    • Huber+Suhner
    • Leviton Network Solutions
    • 3M
    • Molex
    • Positronic Industries
    • Rosenberger-ISI GmbH
    • Stratos
    • Tyco Electronics
    • US Conec
  • 光纖電纜零件
    • ADC
    • Corning
    • Commscope
    • Timbercon
    • Sanmina-SCI

第8章 光纖應用

  • 軍事應用
  • 商業應用
  • 其他應用

第9章 光學背板連接器

  • 光學背板連接器
  • Tyco LightRay MPX、LightPlane
  • Amphenol TCS HD-Optyx
  • Molex BLC、BMTP、MTP-CPI
  • Tyco VITA 66
  • Amphenol Aerospace MBT
  • Delphi Edgecard

第10章 銅線及光纖

  • 比較
  • 各自優缺點

第11章 光纖技術之進步

  • 光纖電纜
  • 低價之光學引擎
  • 矽奈米
  • 光背板
  • 光電晶片
  • Intel之LightPeak
  • RF over Fiber
  • 光纖特殊應用
  • 碳奈米管
  • 美國國際電子生產商聯盟(iNEMI)之路徑圖

第12章 市場統計數據及預測

第13章 主要調查結果及結論

附錄

  • 專業用語及定義
目錄

Bishop & Associates has just released a new 13-chapter research report exploring the rapidly evolving technology and interface components supporting data transmission via optical fiber. This report includes a tutorial addressing the basics of optical transmission, as well as a review of current and recently announced connectors offered by leading suppliers. Typical applications in both military and commercial are discussed.

Fiber optic links offers nearly unlimited high-speed bandwidth, improved signal density and immunity to EMI, and crosstalk; all factors that are highly desirable in today' s advanced communications and computing equipment. Fiber strands the size of a hair can convey hundreds of high-speed signals replacing bulky and heavy copper cables. The ability to transmit signals many kilometers without amplification was immediately adopted by the telecom industry in long-haul applications, but wide market adoption in additional market segments has stumbled due primarily to cost.

The immanent demise of copper has been predicted many times over the years, but a combination of advanced chip technology together with improvements in design for signal integrity has allowed engineers to find ways to expand the practical bandwidth of copper. Costs associated with the required electro-optic conversion process together with connectors that require skilled technicians to successfully terminate discouraged broad market conversion to fiber.

As we reach system requirements for 10+ Gb/s channels, fiber is again gaining attention as a viable alternative. High-performance copper cable assembles suffer as length increases. Precision passive cable assemblies can improve performance, but add cost and are available from a limited supplier base. Active copper cables with integrated signaling conditioning features improve high-speed and distance characteristics but also add more cost as well as consume power. Fiber optic links are beginning to approach cost parity with copper in many applications.

In addition to a variety of standard fiber optic connector types, manufacturers have introduced new products that provide system designers more options than ever before. Small form factor pluggable modules including SFP+ and QSFP+ enable the choice of copper or fiber I/O at any point from initial installation to future upgrades without modifying the equipment. Active optical cables mate with standard copper connectors on the I/O panel, but convert the signal to optical for transmission via fiber. Chapters in this report review both of these technologies and their implications on future system design.

The expanding universe of fiber optic components is providing increased design flexibility to new as well as upgraded equipment.

Some of the issues addressed in this market research report include:

  • 1. What are the most popular standard fiber optic connectors currently available in the market today?
  • 2. What factors have delayed widespread implementation of fiber in computing and military applications?
  • 3. How do formal and defacto industry standards influence the selection of fiber optic links?
  • 4. What is the development status of true fiber optic backplane assemblies? Does market demand exist for optic backplanes in the foreseeable future?
  • 5. What progress has been made in the integration of fiber optic components on silicon chips (silicon photonics)?
  • 6. Who are the leading suppliers of fiber optic connectors? What products do they offer?
  • 7. At what distance and data rate does fiber links become a more practical choice over copper?
  • 8. Are active fiber cable assemblies a long-term solution to bandwidth and cable bulk problems?
  • 9. What requirements are driving renewed interest in fiber in military applications?
  • 10. Are fiber optic links viable today for “in-box” applications?
  • 11. Will RF over fiber become a significant market over the next 5 years?
  • 12. Which emerging markets or technologies may drive the future development of high-speed I/O links opening potentially new applications for fiber?

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Report Scope and Methodology

  • Methodology and Approach
  • Report Objectives
  • Study Methodology
  • Data Collection Forms

Chapter 2 - Introduction

  • Introduction / History
  • Optic Transmission Technology
  • Basic Principals of Optical Transmission
  • Optical Fiber Cable Technology
  • Fiber Optic Cable Loss Characteristics
  • Fiber Optic Connector Loss Characteristics
  • Optical Connector Types
  • Optic Connector Termination Process
  • Optic Fiber Link Performance

Chapter 3 - Overview of Common Fiber Optic Connectors

  • Military Fiber Optic Connector Types
  • Commercial Datacom / Telecom Connectors
  • Fiber Optic Adapters, Special Purpose Connectors

Chapter 4 - Optic Interconnect Industry Standards

  • Military Applications
  • Commercial Telecom / Datacom Applications

Chapter 5 - Pluggable Optical Modules

  • Gigabit Interface Converter
  • Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP)
  • X-PAK, XenPak, XFP, X2
  • QSFP
  • SFP+
  • CXP
  • CFP

Chapter 6 - Active Optical Cables and Media Adapters

  • Tyco Electronics
  • Emcore, Luxtera, Amphenol, Finisar
  • FCI Electronics, Siemon Interconnect Solutions
  • Avago Technologies, Meritec
  • Media Adapters, Converters, Fujitsu
  • ProtoKraft

Chapter 7 - Fiber Optic Connector and Cable Assembly Suppliers

  • Military Avionic / Harsh Environment Interfaces
  • Amphenol
  • Belden
  • Corning
  • Glenair
  • ITT Interconnect Solutions
  • Radiall
  • Sabritec
  • Souriau
  • Delphi
  • Huber+Suhner
  • Tyco Electronics
  • Commercial Telecom / Datacom Interfaces
  • Amphenol
  • Belden
  • Corning
  • Fujikura
  • Huber+Suhner
  • Leviton Network Solutions
  • 3M
  • Molex
  • Positronic Industries
  • Rosenberger-ISI GmbH
  • Stratos
  • Tyco Electronics
  • US Conec
  • Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies
  • ADC
  • Corning
  • Commscope
  • Timbercon
  • Sanmina-SCI

Chapter 8 - Fiber Optic Applications

  • Fiber in Military Applications
  • Fiber in Commercial Applications
  • Additional Applications

Chapter 9 - Optical Backplane Connectors

  • Optical Backplane Connectors
  • Tyco LightRay MPX, LightPlane
  • Amphenol TCS HD-Optyx,
  • Molex BLC, BMTP,MTP-CPI
  • Tyco VITA 66
  • Amphenol Aerospace MBT
  • Delphi Edgecard

Chapter 10 - The Copper or Fiber Decision

  • Comparing Two Media
  • Advantages/Disadvantages of fiber and copper Interconnects

Chapter 11 - Advances in Fiber Optic Technology

  • Fiber Optic Cable
  • Low Cost Optical Engines
  • Silicon Nanophotonics
  • Optical Backplanes
  • Optochips
  • Intel LightPeak
  • RF over Fiber
  • Unique Fiber Optic Applications
  • Carbon Nanotubes
  • INEMI Fiber Optic Roadmap

Chapter 12 - Market Statistics and Forecasts

  • Introduction
  • 2008 & 2009 Fiber Optic Connector Volume by Region
  • 2009 Fiber Optic Connector % Growth by Region
  • 2008 & 2009 Fiber Optic Connector $ Volume by Connector Type
  • 2009 fiber Optic Connector Volume % by Connector Type
  • 2008 & 2009 Fiber Optic Connector $ Volume by Type & Region
  • 2009 & 2010 Fiber Optic Connector $ Volume by Region
  • 2009 & 2010 Fiber Optic Connector $ Volume by Connector Type
  • 2010 Fiber Optic % volume by Connector Type
  • 2009 & 2010 Fiber Optic Connector $ Volume by Type & Region
  • 2009 & 2014 Fiber Optic Connector $ Volume by Region w/ 5 year CAGR
  • 2014 Fiber Optic Connector CAGR by Region
  • 2009 & 2014 Fiber Optic Connector $ Volume by Type w/ 5 year CAGR
  • 2014 Fiber Optic Connector % Volume by Product Type
  • 2009-2014 Fiber Optic Connector $ Volume by Type & Region W/ CAGR
  • 2008 & 2009 Fiber Optic Cable Assembly $ Volume by Region
  • 2009 Fiber Optic Cable Assembly $ Volume & % by Region
  • 2009 & 2010 Fiber Optic Cable Assembly $ Volume by Region
  • 2009 & 2014 Fiber Optic Cable Assembly $ Volume by Region W/ CAGR
  • 2014 Fiber Optic Cable Assembly $ Volume By Region W/5 year CAGR

Chapter 13 - Major Findings and Conclusions

  • Findings and Conclusions

Appendix

  • Terms and Definitions
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