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Figure 8.-Generation II EMS Market Projections

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OTA very high (3%)
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Generation II EMS growth
RCA EMSS projections .......
OTA high but plausible .......
OTA very high ...............
OTA moderate ..............
OTA high but plausible ......
OTA very high ...............
OTA moderate ..............
OTAslow ..................

Underlying
mainstream
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rate

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(3%)
(3%)
(2%)
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Generation II EMS volume
(billions of pieces)
1985 1990 1995 2000
2.50 12.00 23.00 25.00
2.72 10.27 18.45 16.82
3.60 20.15 32.84 23.30
0.07 1.90 11.97 16.69
2.51 9.05 15.48 13.43
3.36 17.75 27.54 18.61
0.06 1.67 10.04 13.33
0.04 0.62 2.90 6.67

SOURCE: Office of Technology Assessment and RCA.

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