The Distributed Antenna System (DAS) market is expected to grow from USD 8.7 billion in 2021 to USD 12.7 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 6.5% during the forecast period. Rising demand for mobile broadband technology, high-speed data transfers, and data processing are driving the market for DAS. Large cell sites and cellular antenna towers deliver wireless reception and transmission across long distances, but dead spots often exist in clusters of buildings or within individual buildings. With their increasing dependence on connectivity, end users cannot afford to have in-building dead zones. The DAS alleviates this issue by providing reliable coverage throughout the building. In addition, investments focusing on technological advancements such 4G and 5G by the network operators is also expected to drive the market.
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DAS technology has evolved over the years to keep up with changing trends in cellular communication. Prior to the modern DAS technology, repeaters and bi-directional amplifiers were used to provide indoor network access to end users. New 5G bands and Citizen Broadband Radio Networks (CBRS) are simultaneously adding diversity to the telecom ecosystem. The rise of IoT usage, the development of smart cities, and the growing interest in autonomous vehicles have led to the creation of a connected world using 5G and CBRS. DAS and small cells can connect venue owners to their own private LTE networks and other carrier networks. CBRS has many use cases for IoT, manufacturing facilities, and stadiums, which require a wireless solution that can connect users seamlessly to the private network. For instance, by using a DAS to connect to the CBRS band, stadium owners can implement a private LTE network that gives them a secure network where their information can be handled internally. Small cells and DAS are the complementing indoor connectivity technologies. Small cells are witnessing a growth in adoption due to their low deployment cost and maintenance compared to traditional DAS. However, both technologies are expected to compete closely in the coming years. Small cells are likely to play a crucial role in 5G deployment. However, additional benefits such as multi-operator and neutral-host offered by DAS are expected to fuel their demand, especially in countries that are expected to use 3G and 4G services in the next 3–4 years.
The distributed antenna system (DAS) market for services is expected to dominate the market during the forecast period, growing at a higher CAGR between 2021 and 2027. Installation services contribute significantly to the overall growth of the DAS market. Both DAS manufacturers and DAS integrators offer installation services. Major installation services include equipment ordering; cable installation; equipment pre-staging and configuration; installation of the head-end and remote equipment; and coordination with wireless service providers for design approval, rebroadcast agreements, and commissioning (system activation).
The distributed antenna system (DAS) market for outdoor coverage is expected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period. With increasing automation and the adoption of wireless connectivity technologies in the automotive, transportation, and industrial verticals, the need for oDAS is also growing. Outdoor systems are deployed not only to boost the network capacity but also to gain coverage in areas such as tunnels, bridges, and hilly terrains, which are difficult to reach for base station towers. oDAS can be used to augment cellular coverage without adding more expensive base stations. The increasing preference for oDAS installation as compared to that for base stations due to the easy and relatively less expensive process of installation is one of the major factors contributing to the growth of the market for oDAS.
The market for neutral-host ownership is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. In neutral-host models, the ownership shifts from carriers to building owners, DAS integrators, or third-party system/service providers. An independent, third-party host handles financial, legal, regulatory, and technical responsibilities, including the deployment, installation, and maintenance of the DAS system. The host who owns the system can lease system access to one or more operators. Hence, end users can benefit from a multicarrier DAS, while the host company receives exclusive rights to the system. This model is successful for deployments at large venues, such as stadiums, malls, and airports.
North America is expected to be the largest DAS market during the forecast period. It is one of the technologically advanced regions in the world. The consumers in this region have readily adopted 4G-enabled smartphones, which has established it as one of the most advanced mobile-dense regions in the world. According to the Ericsson Mobility Report published in 2019, North America records the highest use of smartphones, and the traffic per smartphone is expected to reach 45 GB by the end of 2025.
The increasing number of internet subscribers, expanding mobile data traffic, and growing emphasis of government offices on enhancing telecommunications infrastructure to meet the users’ demand for seamless connectivity are expected to drive the growth of the DAS market in the region. The region is also expected to be the early adopter of 5G services in areas such as AR/VR, autonomous driving, and artificial intelligence, owing to the high customer digital engagement.
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