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Polarization-Maintaining Fiber Market and Competitive Analysis – June 2019

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Polarization-Maintaining Fiber Market Report The competitive polarization-maintaining (PM) fiber market is expected to grow over the next five years at rates between 5% to 12% depending on the market segment, but there's a lot more to the market than a growth forecast. Before you put your project out for bid or invest in new PM fiber product development, it pays to get the whole picture. This new PM Fiber Market report was written by an analyst with three decades of fiber market experience and a finger on the market's pulse today.

Fiber optic gyroscopes (FOG) make up just one segment of the PM fiber market, but it is a big one. FOGs are critical components in many navigation systems, with applications ranging from aircraft and spacecraft to guided missiles, and from remotely operated and autonomous vehicles to broader industrial applications. If you and your organization are involved in the FOG market — or any other PM market segment — and you need to control polarization, increase system efficiency, and rein in costs, you can benefit from the information in this report.

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