The Global Integrated Passive Devices Market size is expected to reach $3.6 billion by 2028, rising at a market growth of 10.9% CAGR during the forecast period – Yahoo Finance UK
The integrated passive device (IPD), also known as the integrated passive component (IPC), or embedded passive component (EPC), is an electronic component that combines resistors, capacitors, inductors, coils/chokes, microstrip lines, impedance matching components, baluns, or any combination of these components in the same package or on the same substrate.
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Even though the distinction between incorporated and integrated passives is technically ambiguous, integrated passives are occasionally referred to as embedded passives.
In both situations, passives are implemented on the same substrate or in-between dielectric layers. Resistor, capacitor, resistor-capacitor, coil/inductor (RCL), and resistor-capacitor networks are the first types of IPDs. Additionally, passive transformers can be created as integrated passive devices, such as by stacking two coils on top of one another and separating them with a thin layer of dielectric. When the substrate is silicon or another semiconductor like gallium arsenide, diodes (PN, PIN, Zener, etc.) can occasionally be integrated into it with integrated passives (GaAs).
In an electronic system assembly, integrated passive devices may be packaged, used as bare dies or chips, or even stacked in three dimensions (3D) on top of other IPDs or active integrated circuits. Standard in Line (SIL), SIP, or any other packages (such as DIL, DIP, QFN, chip-scale package/CSP, wafer level package/WLP, etc.) used in electronic packaging are typical packages for integrated passives. Integrated passives can also serve as a module substrate, making them a component of chipset modules, multi-chip modules, and hybrid modules.
The substrate for IPDs can be stiff materials like glass, silicon covered with a dielectric layer like silicon dioxide, layered ceramics (low temperature co-fired ceramic/LTCC, high-temperature, and high co-fired ceramic/HTCC), aluminum oxide/alumina ceramic, and co-fired ceramics (LTCC, HTCC). The substrate can also be flexible, such as a laminate made of Kapton, FR4, or a similar polyimide, or any other suitable polyposis, such as a package interposer (also known as an active interposer). The ability to ignore or understand the impact of the substrate and potential package on the performance of IPDs is advantageous for the design of electronics systems.
COVID-19 Impact Analysis
The COVID-19 outbreak and its effects on passive electronic components resulted in lower functioning levels throughout the supply chain at the components and raw materials manufacturing levels. This indicates a decline in the sales of passive integrated devices across numerous countries and regions. On the other hand, the Japanese traders and associated businesses in the area stayed the same. By combining several functional blocks, such as couplers, harmonic filters, couplers, and impedance matching devices, into a single silicon wafer, integrated passive devices can miniaturize devices while improving device performance.
Market Growth Factors
Ipd Is Becoming More Widely Used In Consumer Goods
One of the IPD technology’s most common uses is in white goods. According to research, integrated passive devices are widely used in the consumer electronics industry, which includes products like digital TVs, set-top boxes, smartphones, tablets, and portable media players. Since there has been such a high demand for smartphones in recent years, integrated passive devices have emerged as a result of the necessity for many features to be crammed into a compact form factor. Numerous functions, including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, …….