Radiation Hardened Electronics refers to the electronic components (circuits, resistors, transistors, capacitors, diodes, etc.), single-board computer CPUs, packages, and products primarily used for satellite, space, nuclear plant, and military applications. They are designed to withstand exposure to radiation and extreme temperatures (-55°C to 125°C). The process of hardening helps in preventing electronics from damage, melting, or breaking.
|Study Period||Historical Data: 2018-20|
|Base Year: 2021|
|Forecast Period: 2022-28|
|Regions Covered||North America: USA, Canada, Mexico|
|Europe: Germany, UK, France, Spain, Russia|
|Asia-Pacific: China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia|
|South America: Brazil, and Argentina|
|Middle East & Africa: UAE, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Israel|
|Key Companies Profiled||HEICO Corporation, Analog Devices Inc., Anaren Inc., BAE Systems, Cobham PLC, Data Device Corp., Honeywell International Inc., IBM Corp, Infineon Technologies, Microchip Technologies Inc., Micropac Technology Inc., Renesas Electronics Corporation, Solid State Devices Inc., ST Microelectronics N.V., Texas Instruments, Teledyne Technologies Inc., The Boeing Company, Xilinx Inc|
|Unit Denominations||USD Million/Billion|
The Global Radiation Hardened Electronics Market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of around 4.1% during the forecast period, i.e., 2022-28, says MarkNtel Advisors. Radiation-hardened electronics are widely used in industries to protect devices from extreme radiation exposure. Radiation hardening is used across the electronic industry to develop components like power-management devices, microprocessors, and solid-state memory that are economical to buy yet strong enough to survive in space for years.
Moreover, the surge in Intelligence, Surveillance, & Reconnaissance (ISR) operations and the booming demand for electronic components that can withstand radiations in the nuclear power industry & military applications are other crucial aspects expected to drive the market in the coming years.
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