Study forecasts steady opticalfilter sales growth

According to a study from ElectroniCast (San Mateo, CA), the sales of optical filters for fiberoptics applications in North America will grow about 17% per year over the next ten years, with total sales jumping from $19.1 million in 1993 to $93.96 million in 2003. The study dissects the market for four filters: fixed, adjustable module, instrument, and electronically tunable filters. Instrument filter sales will experience the most rapid growth, from a 45% ($8.5 million) market share to 59% ($55

Aug 1st, 1994

According to a study from ElectroniCast (San Mateo, CA), the sales of optical filters for fiberoptics applications in North America will grow about 17% per year over the next ten years, with total sales jumping from $19.1 million in 1993 to $93.96 million in 2003. The study dissects the market for four filters: fixed, adjustable module, instrument, and electronically tunable filters. Instrument filter sales will experience the most rapid growth, from a 45% ($8.5 million) market share to 59% ($55 million) market share. Less dramatic growth, from 18% ($3.5 million) to 22% ($20 million), is seen for electronically tuned filters. Fixed and adjustable module filters will have a decreased market share despite increases in revenue.

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