Contract manufacturing radio frequency (RF), microwaves drive testing equipment outsourcing decisions.
Connected devices and OEM hardware testing equipment using radio frequency (RF) technology are driving the increase in industrial test equipment opportunities in contract electronics for a number of markets.
Industrial test equipment decision makers seeking manufacturing suppliers have highly specific components and final systems integration testing requirements with their manufacturing electronics solutions providers.
Markets we are seeing a noteworthy increase in demand for outsourced design and manufacturing solutions include automotive electronics, with the increase in smart meters, connected cars and autos with autonomous driving capabilities, the aerospace/avionics and defense markets, medical devices, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market, plus the broader wireless communications industry.
Another driver specific to the testing equipment industry is end market demand shifting to platforms supporting automated modular instrumentation applications in manufacturing and design validation.
These modular instrumentation RF tools include spectrum analyzer and signal generators, network analyzers, power meters and sensors, and electronic counters to name a few.
Quality contract electronics solutions providers with microwave RF R&D experience and NPI understanding in these markets, combined with a history of successfully serving specific customers needing increasingly more powerful RF solutions with more bandwidth and frequency coverage will be best situated to take advantage of this growing opportunity. (content credit: ventureoutsource.com/By VentureOutsource.com Staff)
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