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Contracts was the Key Strategy Adopted by the Leading Players to Grow in the Aircraft Antenna Market


The strategy of contracts has been widely adopted by the leading players in the aircraft antenna market to enhance their market position and increase their service offerings. Cobham (UK), Harris (US), Boeing (US), Honeywell (US), RAMI Aviation (US), TECOM (US), and AZIMUT (Russia) are some of the leading players in the aircraft antenna market that have adopted this strategy to enhance their business position.

Cobham (UK) is a major player in the aircraft antenna market. The company focuses on obtaining new contracts through extensive R&D activities. For example, in October 2017, Cobham Antenna Systems was awarded a contract from the Korean Aerospace Industries Ltd (KAI) to supply the fully conformal antenna suite for the future KF-X, next-generation indigenous multi-role and fighter aircraft. These propellers have high strength and durability. With an extensive product portfolio, Cobham also emphasizes on partnerships with various other companies across different regions to promote and include products in respective product portfolios.

Harris Corporation (US) was one of the key players in the aircraft antenna market in 2016, owing to its strong product line. Harris Corporation develops and manufactures technologically advanced tried-and-tested products and systems for a variety of civil & commercial applications. The company offers products and services for a wide range of aircraft. Its growth is driven by a strong customer relationship, advanced, cutting-edge technologies, and strategic partnerships with leading companies in the aircraft antenna market. IT services, product design & integration, and secure communication drives the growth of the company. The company mainly focuses on expanding its product portfolio and widening its market presence by acquiring contracts. For example, in June 2017, Lockheed Martin awarded a contract to Harris Corporation to provide the computing infrastructure for new panoramic cockpit displays, advanced memory systems, and a navigation technology. The technology is expected to be used in F-35 aircraft by 2021, and this aircraft model includes seven racks per aircraft consisting of 1,500 module components with new antennas and weapons release systems.

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Aircraft Antenna Market by End User (OEM, Aftermarket), Application (Communication, Navigation & Surveillance), Platform (Aircraft, UAV), Frequency Band (VHF & UHF Band, Ka/Ku/K Band, HF Band, X Band, C Band), Region - Global Forecast to 2022

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