Passive Electronic Components for The Defense & Aerospace Sector: World Markets, Technologies and Opportunities: 2017-2022 ISBN # 1-893211-90-8 (2017)

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(Cary USA NC) Paumanok Publications, Inc. announces the release of the market research report entitled “Electronic Components for The Defense & Aerospace Sector: World Markets, Technologies & Opportunities: 2017-2022.” The study covers capacitors, fixed resistors and discrete inductors as key building blocks in the production of defense and aerospace electronic sub-assemblies. The study covers the following products-
• Ceramic Capacitors
• Tantalum Capacitors
• Plastic Film Capacitors
• Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors
• Carbon Capacitors
• Metal Film Resistors
• Wirewound Resistors
• Thick Film Chip Resistors
• Thin Film Resistors
• Power Inductors
• RF Inductors

The study also includes the value of consumption for these components by type and sub-category with estimates for consumption based upon associated military specification by type and sub-type.

• High Voltage, High Frequency and High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors
• Solid Tantalum, Wet Tantalum, Hybrid Tantalum Capacitors
• PTFE and PI Plastic Film Capacitors
• OPP Film Capacitors (Burst Power)
• Metal Film Resistors
• Ferrite Based Discrete Inductors

The study discusses the reasons for the upcycle in passive component consumption in defense and aerospace electronics with forecasts to 2020 and additional forecasts to 2022.

The study breaks down market shares for all passive component vendors to the defense and aerospace sector with share data for ceramic, tantalum, plastic film and aluminum capacitors, fixed resistors and discrete inductors. The study also focuses in on specific component manufacturers with significant share of the defense and aerospace segment, including

• KEMET,
• VISHAY
• AVX,
• KNOWLES
• EXELLIA
• TT PLC
• COILCRAFT
• and many more.

The forecasts for consumption are based upon detailed analysis of the following end-market customers-

• Boeing
• Airbus
• Lockheed Martin
• General Dynamics
• BAE Systems
• Northrop Grumman
• Raytheon
• Leonardo
• Thales
• L-3 Technologies
• SAIC
• Rockwell Collins
• Orbital Sciences Corp.
• Loral

The study also divides up component consumption based upon specific requirements from the sector-

• High Temperature
• High Frequency
• High Voltage
• Pulse Discharge

The study also points out future expectations with respect to the technology roadmap for the sector and how this will impact specific product lines. Specific emphasis is placed upon pulse discharge (burst power), pulsed data transmission and power storage.

Published October 2017, 167 Pages, 38 Tables and Graphs

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(Cary USA NC) Paumanok Publications, Inc. announces the release of the market research report entitled “Electronic Components for The Defense & Aerospace Sector: World Markets, Technologies & Opportunities: 2017-2022.” The study covers capacitors, fixed resistors and discrete inductors as key building blocks in the production of defense and aerospace electronic sub-assemblies. The study covers the following products- • Ceramic Capacitors • Tantalum Capacitors • Plastic Film Capacitors • Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors • Carbon Capacitors • Metal Film Resistors • Wirewound Resistors • Thick Film Chip Resistors • Thin Film Resistors • Power Inductors • RF Inductors The study also includes the value of consumption for these components by type and sub-category with estimates for consumption based upon associated military specification by type and sub-type. • High Voltage, High Frequency and High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors • Solid Tantalum, Wet Tantalum, Hybrid Tantalum Capacitors • PTFE and PI Plastic Film Capacitors • OPP Film Capacitors (Burst Power) • Metal Film Resistors • Ferrite Based Discrete Inductors The study discusses the reasons for the upcycle in passive component consumption in defense and aerospace electronics with forecasts to 2020 and additional forecasts to 2022. The study breaks down market shares for all passive component vendors to the defense and aerospace sector with share data for ceramic, tantalum, plastic film and aluminum capacitors, fixed resistors and discrete inductors. The study also focuses in on specific component manufacturers with significant share of the defense and aerospace segment, including • KEMET, • VISHAY • AVX, • KNOWLES • EXELLIA • TT PLC • COILCRAFT • and many more. The forecasts for consumption are based upon detailed analysis of the following end-market customers- • Boeing • Airbus • Lockheed Martin • General Dynamics • BAE Systems • Northrop Grumman • Raytheon • Leonardo • Thales • L-3 Technologies • SAIC • Rockwell Collins • Orbital Sciences Corp. • Loral The study also divides up component consumption based upon specific requirements from the sector- • High Temperature • High Frequency • High Voltage • Pulse Discharge The study also points out future expectations with respect to the technology roadmap for the sector and how this will impact specific product lines. Specific emphasis is placed upon pulse discharge (burst power), pulsed data transmission and power storage. Published October 2017, 167 Pages, 38 Tables and Graphs
Table of Contents • Ceramic Capacitors For Defense & Aerospace • Tantalum Capacitors For Defense & Aerospace • Plastic Film Capacitors For Defense & Aerospace • Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors For Defense & Aerospace • Carbon Capacitors For Defense & Aerospace • Metal Film Resistors For Defense & Aerospace • Wirewound Resistors For Defense & Aerospace • Thick Film Chip Resistors For Defense & Aerospace • Thin Film Resistors For Defense & Aerospace • Power Inductors For Defense & Aerospace • RF Inductors For Defense & Aerospace ELECTRONIC COMPONENT MARKETS IN DEFENSE & AEROSPACE: 1 WORLD MARKETS, TECHNOLOGIES AND OPPORTUNITIES: 2017-2022 1 INTRODUCTION TO PASSIVE COMPONENT MARKETS, TECHNOLOGIES & OPPORTUNITIES 12 About the Author: 12 Research Methodology Employed: 13 The Paumanok Research Methodology: 13 Government Data Collection and Resources: 14 Secondary Published Sources: 14 Primary Intelligence Gathering: 14 The Passive Component Supply Chain: 15 Mining of Raw Materials: 15 Raw Materials Processing: 16 Component Manufacturing: 16 Component Distribution: 16 End-Market Consumption: 17 Recycling of Critical Materials: 17 1.5 Technical Economic Maxims Related To Passive Electronic Components: 18 The Two Technical Economic Maxims Associated with Passive Components: 18 Ubiquitous Nature of Passive Components: 19 Relationship Between Capacitance and Available Surface Area: 19 2.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: PASSIVE COMPONENTS IN DEFENSE ELECTRONICS 21 PASSIVE COMPONENTS IN DEFENSE ELECTRONICS: 2017-2022 MARKET ANALYSIS 21 BENCHMARKING: PASSIVE COMPONENT REVENUES AT THE THREE TOP PUBLIC COMPANIES SUPPLYING THE DEFENSE AND AEROSPACE SECTOR BY YEAR: 2012 TO 2017. 23 PASSIVE COMPONENT CONSUMPTION IN DEFENSE ELECTRONICS: BY TYPE (CAPACITORS, RESISTORS AND INDUCTORS) 2017 25 Passive Component Consumption In Defense Electronics By World Region: 2017 27 Passive Component In Defense Electronics By Component Type: Historical Growth 27 Reasons for Market Changes In Defense Electronics 27 Traditional Platforms In Power Supplies and Defense Communications for Passive Components: 27 Research and Development Spending on Passive Components For New Platforms: 27 Passive Component Consumption By Type and Military Specification In Defense Electronics: 2017 28 Capacitor Markets In Defense Electronics: Summary 28 Capacitor Military Specifications- 29 Ceramic Capacitors In Defense & Aerospace Electronics 29 Ceramic Capacitor Military Specifications; 30 MIL-PRF 123 Radial Leaded Capacitors: 30 MIL-PRF-49464 –Single Layer Ceramic Chip 30 MIL-PRF-49467 Ceramic Capacitors: 30 MIL-PRF-49470 (DSCC 87106) Ceramic Capacitors: 30 MIL-PRF-55681 Ceramic Capacitors: 30 MIL-PRF-39014 Ceramic Capacitors: 30 ESA and European CECC Form Factors (Ceramic Capacitors): 31 High Rel LICA Chips For Defense Electronics: 31 High Temperature MLCC 175 Degrees C and Above For Defense & Aerospace Electronics: 31 HV Pulse Detonator Capacitors For Defense Electronics: 31 Tantalum Capacitor Military Specifications 31 MIL-PRF-39003 - Fixed, Electrolytic (Solid Electrolyte), Tantalum, 31 MIL-PRF-39003 - Fixed, Electrolytic (Wet Electrolyte), Tantalum WETS 32 MIL-PRF-55365D - Capacitor, Fixed, Electrolytic (Tantalum), Chip, General Specification 32 MIL-PRF-49137 - Capacitors, Fixed, Electrolytic (Solid Electrolyte), Tantalum, Molded, Conformal Coated and metal 32 MIL-PRF-55365 - Capacitor, Fixed, Electrolytic (Tantalum), Chip 32 Plastic Film Capacitor Military Specifications 33 MIL-PRF-39022 - Capacitors, Fixed, metallized, Paper-Plastic Film, or Plastic Film Dielectric, Direct and Alternating Current, 33 MIL-PRF-28861 - Filters and Capacitors, Radio Frequency/Electromagnetic Interference Suppression, General Specification 34 MIL-PRF-55514 - Capacitors, Fixed, Plastic (or metallized Plastic) Dielectric, DC or DC-AC, in Nonmetal Cases, 34 MIL-PRF-83421 - Capacitors, Fixed, metallized, Plastic Film Dielectric, (DC, AC, or DC and AC) 34 MIL-PRF-87217; Capacitors, Fixed, Super-metallized Plastic Film Dielectric 34 Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor Military Specifications 34 MIL-PRF-39018 - Capacitors, Fixed, Electrolytic (Aluminum Oxide) 34 DSCC # 89021 - Capacitors, Fixed, Electrolytic Polarized, Aluminum Oxide, Ultra-Low ESR 35 DSCC # 89085 - Capacitors, Fixed, Electrolytic Polarized, Aluminum Oxide, Snap Mount, Low Profile 35 MIL-C-62/12E - Capacitors, Fixed, Electrolytic (DC Aluminum Dry Electrolyte Polarized) 35 Glass Capacitor Military Specifications 35 Mica Capacitor Military Specifications 35 MIL-PRF-39001 - Capacitors, Fixed, Mica Dielectric, Established Reliability and Nonestablished Reliability, General Specification 35 MIL-PRF-87164; Capacitors, Fixed, Mica Dielectric, High Reliability 35 RESISTOR MILITARY SPECIFICATIONS: 36 General Military Specifications for Resistor (914) 36 Military Specifications for Wirewound Resistors (93, 39007, 39009) 36 Military Specifications for Metal Film Resistors (10509, 55342/7) 36 Military Specifications for Space Level Resistors 37 INDUCTOR MILITARY SPECIFICATIONS: 37 MIL-PRF-83446- Coils, Chip, Fixed or Variable, Radio Frequency 37 MIL-PRF-39010 Wirewound, Molded, Level M Qualified, MIL-PRF-39010, Established Reliability 38 MIL-PRF-15305 Qualified, Type LT, Molded, Shielded, Axial Leaded 38 CAPACITOR MARKETS IN DEFENSE ELECTRONICS: SUMMARY 38 RESISTOR MARKETS IN DEFENSE ELECTRONICS: SUMMARY 39 INDUCTOR MARKETS IN DEFENSE ELECTRONICS: SUMMARY 41 COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT: KNOWN VENDORS OF CAPACITORS BY MILITARY SPECIFICATION: 2017 44 Ceramic Capacitor Vendors for Defense & Aerospace by Type and Specification 44 Tantalum Capacitor Vendors for Defense & Aerospace by Type and Specification 45 Plastic Film Capacitor Vendors for Defense & Aerospace by Type and Specification 46 Aluminum Electrolytic, Mica and Glass Capacitor Vendors To The Defense and Aerospace Sector 47 MANUFACTURERS OF MILITARY SPECIFICATION PASSIVE COMPONENTS: 2017 SALES & MARKET SHARES 48 Vendors of Military Specification Capacitors: 2017 Sales & Market Shares 50 Vendors of Military Specification Resistors: 2017 Sales & Market Shares 51 Vendors of Military Specification Inductors: 2017 Sales & Market Shares 52 Defense Electronics Consumption Of Passive Components By Application: 2017 54 Defense Power Supplies: 54 Defense Communications: 54 Munitions: 54 Computing: 54 Infrared Optoelectronics/Sensing: 54 PASSIVE COMPONENT CUSTOMERS IN THE DEFENSE ELECTRONICS SEGMENT: FY 2017 56 Global Spending On Defense Electronics: 2005-2017 56 Revenues of The Top Manufacturers of Defense Electronic Sub-Assemblies & Platforms: 2005-2016; 2017 Forecast by Company 58 Passive Component Intensive Defense Platforms By Manufacturer 59 Avionics 59 Autopilot 59 Computing & Networks 59 Data Transfer and Storage 60 Mission Computers 60 Optronics 60 Precision Optical Assemblies 60 Simulation and Training Helmet-Mounted Displays (HMD) 60 Aircraft Networks 60 Displays and Controls 61 Control Display Units (CDU) 61 Head Down Displays (HDD) 61 Head Up Displays (HUD) 61 F-35 Gen III Helmet Mounted Display System (HMDS) 62 NEXTGEN ALERT- Revolutionary situational awareness 62 INTEGRATED HUD, DISPLAY AND NIGHT VISION 62 Bi-ocular display system with full day and night vision 62 Visual targeting 62 High performance design with optimal center of gravity 62 Communications 63 Airborne Communications 63 Airborne HF Communications 63 Airborne SATCOM 63 Newtworked communications airborne radio 63 Satcom High Gain Antenna 64 Navigation 64 Air Data 64 Ground Products 65 Micro GPS Receiver Application Module 65 Airborne VHF/UHF/L-Band 65 High Speed Transceiver 65 EARLY PROGRAM PIONEER Iridium Satcom Transceivers 66 Perimeter surveillance radar system 66 GPS Receiver 66 Electronic Warfare 67 Munitions Products 67 Propulsion Systems & Controls 67 High Performance Green Propulsion 67 Tactical Propulsion: 67 Thrust Management 67 Fuzing and Sensors 67 Satellites 68 Communication Satellites 68 Imaging Satellites 68 Iridium NEXT 69 Global Market Value Breakdown For Ceramic Capacitors By Mil-Spec, ESA/CECC and Specialty Defense Capacitors 70 Global Value of Consumption for Ceramic Capacitors by Military Specification: FY 2017 70 MIL-SPEC AND CECC Ceramic Capacitor Consumption By Configuration: FY 2017 72 Vendors of Ceramic Capacitors To The Defense Industry: FY 2017 Estimated Market Shares 72 High Frequency Ceramic Capacitors For Defense: 2017 75 High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors For Defense: 2017 75 High Voltage Ceramic Capacitor Markets > 500 VDC: 2017 75 High Voltage Ceramic Capacitor Market By Configuration: 2017 75 Variations on Packaging in High Voltage Ceramic Capacitors: 76 Supply Chain For High Voltage Ceramic Capacitors To The Defense Industry: 2017 77 Value of Demand For High Voltage Ceramic Capacitors By Voltage Rating: 2017 80 High Frequency Ceramic Capacitor Applications > 1 Ghz: Introduction and Scope of Coverage 83 UHF, SHF and VHF Ceramic Capacitor Markets: FY 2012 83 Defense Communications Markets for High Frequency Ceramic Capacitors: FY2012 and FY 2017 Forecast 84 End-Products for Ceramic Capacitors In The UHF, SHF and VHF Range: FY 2012 85 Value of Demand For High Frequency Ceramic Capacitors By Dielectric Type (NPO, X7R, Low Loss Porcelain, Z5U): FY 2017 86 Value of Consumption for High Frequency Ceramic Capacitors By Configuration (Thick Versus Thin Film): FY 2017 87 Competitive Analysis: UHF/Microwave Ceramic Capacitors: FY 2017 Update 88 HIGH TEMPERATURE CERAMIC CAPACITORS: 90 Dielectric Characteristics and Electrical Performance at High Temperatures– Ceramic 90 High Temperature Class I Dielectrics: 90 High Temperature Class II Dielectrics: 90 HIGH TEMPERATURE CERAMIC CAPACITORS >175 DEGREES C: WORLD MARKET OUTLOOK: 2017-2022 90 Global Market Size and Growth: Year End 2015 90 High Temperature Ceramic Capacitor Markets By End-Use Market Segment: 2015-2021 Outlook 91 High Temperature Ceramic Capacitor Configurations: 2017 93 High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors 175 Degrees C to 350 Degrees C: Market By Component Configuration (MLCC; MLC Radial, SMPS Stacked, MLC Axial, Custom): 2015 93 High Temperature Ceramic Capacitor (MLCC Chip Markets): 94 High Temperature Ceramic Capacitor Markets (MLC Box Type Radial Markets): 2017 95 High Temperature Ceramic Capacitor Markets (SMPS Stacked Markets): 2017 95 Other Configurations for High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors (MLC Axial, Single Layered Disc, Single Layered Chip): 2015 96 Ceramic Capacitor Profit Centers By Temperature Range: 2017 96 Competitive Environment in High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors by Component Configuration: 2017 96 Technology Improvements in High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors 2012-2017 and Outlook to 2021 97 Ceramic Capacitors: Trends in R&D Related to High Temperature Operation: 98 The PLZT HT Dielectric System (X9S Ceramics) 99 Development of The 350 Degree C Ceramic Capacitor: 100 Geothermal Well Temperatures at 400 Degrees C: Future Requirements 100 Introduction of BME COG MLCC for 200 C Operation: 100 APPENDIX: 2 TANTALUM CAPACITORS: 101 Molded & Coated Chip 107 Molded Radial & Axial 107 Radial Dips 107 Metal Case 107 Wet Slug Tantalum 108 Global Consumption Value By Cathode System (Polymer Vs. Non-Polymer) 108 Tantalum Capacitor Configurations: 108 Tantalum Wet Slug Capacitors 108 Unique Characteristics of Tantalum Wet Capacitors 109 Tantalum Wet Slug Capacitor Construction: 109 Anode Lead: 109 Lap Weld: 109 Gasketing: 110 Silver Case: 110 Cathode Lead Wire: 110 Tantalum Pellet: 110 Electrolyte: 110 Unique Aspects of Construction Compared To Other Capacitors: 110 WET SLUG TANTALUM CAPACITOR APPLICATIONS IN END-USE MARKETS 112 Defense Applications and Construction Requirements: 112 MIL-C-39006 Tantalum Electrolytic, Non-Solid: Wet Slug Tantalum 112 Changes In The Competitive Landscape: 113 Dramatic Changes In The Defense Markets: 113 Value Growth In the Defense Electronics Segment of The Market (MIL-Spec and COTs): 2000-20167 113 Competition in Tantalum Wet Slug and Hermetically Sealed Capacitors: 2016 113 Vishay Intertechnology 114 Greatbatch Medical, Inc. 114 AVX Corporation: 114 Exxelia Tantalum- Firadec 114 Matsuo Electric 114 Evans Capacitor: 114 KEMET Electronics (Dry Technology To Compete With Wets): 115 Matsuo, Tantalum Wets and The JSA 117 Tantalum Wet Slugs, Volumetric Efficiency and Medical Implants 117 Tantalum Wet Slug Capacitors: Defense Electronics 117 Maximum Operating Temperature For High Temperature Tantalum Capacitors By Vendor and Component Configuration: 2016 118 Tantalum Wet Slug Capacitor Forecasts in Defense and Aerospace Electronics: 2016-2022: 119 APPENDIX: 3 PLASTIC FILM CAPACITORS FOR DEFENSE & AEROSPACE ELECTRONICS: 119 DC FILM CAPACITOR TYPES & DEFINITIONS: 119 General Purpose PET Film Capacitors (P5 Inductive) 119 Interference Suppression Capacitors (X/Y) 120 AC & Pulse Film Capacitors 122 SMD Film Chip: 123 PTFE, Polymide and Competing Exotic Film Dielectrics. 125 Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Capacitors: 125 Polyimide (PI) Capacitors: 125 Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) Capacitors: 126 Fluorene Polyester (FPE) Film Capacitors: 126 P(TFE-co-VDF) copolymer: 126 Polyetherimide (PEI) Capacitors; 127 Notes on PPS and PEN Films: 127 PTFE and PI: Voltage Range at High Temperature: 2017 128 PTFE and PI: Capacitance Value in Microfarads at High Temperature: 2017 128 PTFE AND PI CAPACITORS: END-USE MARKETS: 128 2.9.1 High Temperature Defense & Aerospace Electronics: 129 2.9.6 PTFE and PI Capacitor Vendors By Dielectric: 2016 130 2.9.7 PTFE and PI Wound Capacitor Vendor Product Comparison: 2016 132 3.6 Research and Development in High Temperature Plastic Film Capacitors: 2016 132 3.7 Historical Attempts and High Temperature Plastic Film Development: 1995-2016 (PB, PBT and BB Films) 133 3.8 FPE Film Development: 133 Plastic Film Capacitors: Trends in R&D Related to High Temperature Operation: 134 APPENDIX 5: SPECIALTY RESISTORS IN DEFENSE AND AEROSPACE ELECTRONICS: 135 Competitive Analysis: 135 Resistor Manufacturers By Product Type (Linear & Non-Linear: 2017 135 Nichrome Metal Film Resistor Markets: 136 Nichrome Bulk Metal Foil Resistor Markets: 136 Nichrome Wirewound Resistors Markets: 137 Low-Power Wirewound: 137 Medium Power Wirewound Resistors; 137 High Power Wirewound Resistors: 138 Tin-Oxide Resistors: 138 Integration and Modularization Trends: 139 Thin Film Technology (NiCr, TaN) 142 Integrated Passive Devices 142 APPENDIX 6: DISCRETE INDUCTORS 143 Introduction To Discrete Inductors: 143 Detailed Description of Discrete Inductors: 143 Overall Competitive Environment In The Global Discrete Inductor Market: 2017 144 Inductor Performance Capabilities By Type: 2017 146 Inductors For Defense Electronics: 146 APPENDIX 7: FORECASTS FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS IN DEFENSE AND AEROSPACE ELECTRONICS FY 2017-2022 148 DOD Budget Trends and The New Upcycle 148 Revenues of The Top Manufacturers of Defense Electronic Sub-Assemblies & Platforms: 2005-2016; 2017 Forecast by Company 149 EMERGING PASSIVE COMPONENT MARKETS FOR THE UNITED STATES FUTURE COMBAT SYSTEM 150 Outlook by Major Contractor 150 Boeing Outlook- 150 10-Year Market Opportunity 150 Boeing Confirms Satellite Upgrades: 150 Lockheed Martin Outlook 150 Lockheed Martin on What’s Next 151 Autonomy and Robotics 151 Directed Energy 151 Cyber Security 151 Sensor Technology 151 Electronic Warfare 152 EADS AIRBUS OUTLOOK 152 20 Year Forecast for Commercial Aircraft 152 RAYTHEON OUTLOOK 152 Command, Control & Intelligence 152 Electronic Warfare 152 Missile Defense 153 Precision Weapons 153 Integrated Defense Systems 153 Space & Airborne Systems 153 Raytheon Growth In Space and Missile Systems 153 NORTHROP GRUMMAN-OUTLOOK 153 NG Acquisition of Orbital ATK 154 NG Growth In Mission Systems and Aerospace Business Units 154 NG-Orbital ATK 154 Northrop Grumman/ATK Merger 155 GENERAL DYNAMICS OUTLOOK 156 Strong Gulfstream Brand 156 LEONARDO OUTLOOK 156 2014-2016 Industrial Plan results 156 2017-2021 Industrial Plan medium-term targets: growth and development 157 2017-2021 Revenues Forecasted By Leonardo 157 THALES OUTLOOK 158 Thales half year results 158 Thales on Emerging Markets in Defense and Established Market Growth 159 L-3 TECHNOLOGIES OUTLOOK 159 L-3 On Reasons for Market Growth 159 L-3 on DOD Upcycle 159 L-3 and International Customer Purchase Trend 159 L-3 2017 Growth Areas 160 ROCKWELL COLLINS OUTLOOK 160 Whats Growing at Rockwell Collins in 2017 160 Avionics Tells Another Story 160 Growth in Aviation Connectivity 160 Passive Component Consumption Forecasts In The Defense and Aerospace Industry: 2017-2022 162 Passive Component Consumption Forecasts In The Defense and Aerospace Industry by Component Type (Capacitors, Resistors & Inductors): 2017-2022 164 PASSIVE COMPONENT CONSUMPTION FORECASTS IN THE DEFENSE AND AEROSPACE INDUSTRY BY COMPONENT TYPE AND SUB-CATEGORY IN CAPACITORS, RESISTORS AND INDUCTORS 165 Future Roadmap of Electronic Component Requirements for Defense and Aerospace Electronics 166 PULSE DISCHARGE CAPACITORS: 166 THIN FILM RESISTORS 166 THIN FILM INDUCTORS: 166 MULTILAYERED FERRITE FLUX TECHNOLOGY 166 INTEGRATED PASSIVE DEVICES 167 INTEGRAL PASSIVE SUBSTRATES: AND LTCC 167 EDLC SUPERCAPACITORS 167 GRAPHENE SUPERCAPACITORS AND OTHER PULSED DATA TECHNOLOGIES 167