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									Table 1005. Communication Equipment -- Value of Shipments: 1990 to 2004

[In millions of dollars (35,702.4 represents $35,702,400,000).


                                                                                NAICS product
                              Product description
                                                                                    code \1
                                                                                                  1990      2000     2001     2002

    Communications equipment, total                                             (X)             36,990   104,389   93,803   62,212


Telephone switching and switchboard equipment                                   3342101          7,537   15,174    12,188    7,437
Carrier line equipment and modems                                               3342104          5,014   13,112    10,943    4,488
Other telephone and telegraph equipment and components                          3342107          3,181   28,971    22,841   13,886
Communication systems and equipment (except broadcast)                          3342201         14,768   36,357    36,501   25,104
Broadcast, studio, and related electronic equipment                             3342202          1,856    4,029     3,491    3,304
Intercommunications systems, including inductive paging systems (selective
calling)                                                                        3342903           346       447       451      385
Alarm systems                                                                   3342901         1,027     2,755     2,374    2,440
Vehicular and pedestrian traffic control equipment and electrical railway
signals and attachments                                                         3342902           471       838       806      928
Electronic teaching machines, teaching aids, trainers and simulators            3333197         1,209       782     1,172    1,168
Laser sources \2                                                                3359997          (NA)       (S)     1,051      929
Ultrasonic equipment                                                            335999A           109       272       233      174
Other electronic systems and equipment, not elsewhere classified                335999F         1,473     1,652     1,752    1,971


SYMBOLS
NA Not available
S Does not meet publication standards.
X Not applicable.


FOOTNOTES
\1 North American Industry Classification System; see text, Section 15, Business Enterprise.
\2 Beginning in 1995, data for laser equipment, instrumentation, and components have been
eliminated from this survey. Only laser sources are being collected.


Source: U.S. Census Bureau,
Current Industrial Reports, Series MA334P, annual. See also
<http://www.census.gov/industry/1/ma334p04.pdf> (released August 2005)


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  2003     2004

56,587   61,672


 4,900    6,161
 3,045    3,227
12,272   12,139
25,805   28,535
 2,932    2,898

   428      462
 2,258    2,370

   945      910
 1,223    1,460
   833      983
   196      255
 1,760    2,273
Table 1005. Communication Equipment -- Value of Shipments

[In millions of dollars (35,702.4 represents $35,702,400,000).



                         Product description



    Communications equipment, total


Telephone switching and switchboard equipment
Carrier line equipment and modems
Other telephone and telegraph equipment and components
Communication systems and equipment (except broadcast)
Broadcast, studio, and related electronic equipment
Intercommunications systems, including inductive paging systems
(selective calling)
Alarm systems
Vehicular and pedestrian traffic control equipment and electrical
railway signals and attachments
Electronic teaching machines, teaching aids, trainers and simulators
Laser sources \2
Ultrasonic equipment
Other electronic systems and equipment, not elsewhere classified


SYMBOLS
NA Not available
S Does not meet publication standards.
X Not applicable.


FOOTNOTES
\1 North American Industry Classification System; see text, Section 15, Busine
\2 Beginning in 1994, data for laser equipment, instrumentation, and component
eliminated from this survey. Only laser sources are being collected.


Source: U.S. Census Bureau,
Current Industrial Reports, Series MA334P, annual. See also
<http://www.census.gov/ftp/pub/industry/1/ma36p00.pdf> (issued October 2001)
<http://www.census.gov/industry/1/ma334p01.pdf> (released September 2002)
<http://www.census.gov/industry/1/ma334p02.pdf> (released September 2003)
<http://www.census.gov/industry/1/ma334p03.pdf> (released December 2004)
<http://www.census.gov/industry/1/ma334p04.pdf> (released August 2005)


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        NAICS product
            code \1
                                   1990     1991     1992

        (X)                      36,990   37,821   39,502


        3342101                   7,537    6,957    7,291
        3342104                   5,014    4,298    4,811
        3342107                   3,181    4,910    5,507
        3342201                  14,768   14,988   15,163
        3342202                   1,856    1,836    1,948

        3342903                     346      304      289
        3342901                   1,027    1,145    1,370

        3342902                     471      491      597
        3333197                   1,209    1,411    1,311
        3359997                    (NA)     (NA)     (NA)
        335999A                     109      114      119
        335999F                   1,473      721    1,096




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  1993     1994     1995     1996

42,114   49,598   56,362   65,609


 7,241    8,068    8,178    9,618
 4,993    5,114    5,869    7,545
 7,026    8,480   10,510   14,031
16,197   19,978   23,032   25,332
 2,078    2,470    2,845    3,000

   242      284      296      278
 1,532    1,551    1,662    1,803

   573      670      711      762
   848      839      913      866
  (NA)      726      788      844
   127      138      172      184
 1,257    1,284    1,387    1,346
  1997     1998     1999      2000

73,588   82,176   89,557   104,389


10,302   12,422   13,742    15,174
 7,282    9,379    9,263    13,112
16,488   19,897   23,258    28,971
29,416   31,128   33,281    36,357
 3,361    3,603    4,000     4,029

   256      249      401       447
 1,927    2,024    2,218     2,755

   964      912      952       838
   872      713      701       782
   992      (S)      (S)       (S)
   213      205      226       272
 1,520    1,645    1,515     1,652
  2001     2002     2003     2004

93,803   62,212   56,587   61,672


12,188    7,437    4,900    6,161
10,943    4,488    3,045    3,227
22,841   13,886   12,272   12,139
36,501   25,104   25,805   28,535
 3,491    3,304    2,932    2,898

   451      385      428      462
 2,374    2,440    2,258    2,370

   806      928      945      910
 1,172    1,168    1,223    1,460
 1,051      929      833      983
   233      174      196      255
 1,752    1,971    1,760    2,273
COMMUNICATION AND OTHER ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

PURPOSE

To provide detailed data on quantity and total value of shipments of communica
Code, Title 13, authorizes this survey and provides for mandatory responses.

COVERAGE

Companies with 20 or more employees that manufacture communication equipment,
electronic systems in the U.S. (most but not all are in SIC 3661, 3663, 3669,
totaled over $43 billion.

CONTENT

Product data are collected for over 100 types of equipment. Data at the 7- dig
For 1992, the reporting format was changed to reflect the industry's changed p
communications.

FREQUENCY

Annually; reported data are for activities taking place during the previous ca
associated products have been collected since 1961.

METHODS

A mail-out/mail-back survey of 1,186 manufacturers. Companies are identified f
Statistical Establishment List, and private sources. Firms are contacted using
provide corrected data. Annual data are compared with data from the latest ann
differences between the two series. No estimates are derived for the small fir
nts of communication and electronic equipment. The United States
ory responses.




tion equipment, including telephone, telegraph, and other
61, 3663, 3669, and 3699). In 1993, shipments of covered equipment




ta at the 7- digit SIC level include quantity and value of shipments.
stry's changed product mix towards data, satellite, and cellular




 the previous calendar year. Data on selected electronic equipment and




are identified from the latest census of manufactures, Standard
 contacted using form MA36P. Data may be revised if firms later
m the latest annual survey of manufactures to reconcile any
or the small firms excluded from the survey.

								
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