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Mitsubishi Electric Corporation manufactures and sells electrical and electronic products and systems worldwide. The company’s Energy and Electric Systems segment offers turbine generators, nuclear power plant and power electronics equipment, motors, transformers, circuit breakers, gas insulated switches, switch control and display devices, surveillance-system control and security systems, locomotive and rolling stock electrical equipment, elevators, escalators, building security and management systems, and particle beam treatment systems. Its Industrial Automation Systems segment provides programmable logic and computerized numerical controllers, inverters, servomotors, human-machine interface, hoists, magnetic switches, time and power meters, uninterruptible power supply, industrial fans, electrical-discharge and laser processing machines, industrial robots, clutches, automotive electrical equipment, car electronics and mechatronics, and car multimedia. The company’s Information and Communication Systems segment offers wireless and wired communications systems, surveillance cameras, satellite communication and radar equipment, antennas, missile and fire control systems, broadcasting and information systems equipment, data transmission devices, network security systems, and systems integration products. Its Electronic Devices segment provides power modules, high-frequency devices, and optical and LCD devices. The company’s Home Appliances segment offers LCD televisions, air conditioners, air-to-water heat pump boilers, refrigerators, electric fans, ventilators, photovoltaic power generation and hot water supply systems, LED and fluorescent lamps, indoor lighting, compressors, chillers, dehumidifiers, air purifiers, showcases, cleaners, rice cookers, microwave ovens, and IH cooking heaters. Its Others segment provides procurement, logistics, real estate, advertising, finance, and other services. The company was founded in 1921 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

129,249 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/26/15
Founded in 1921

mitsubishi electric corp (6503) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President, Represent...
Total Annual Compensation: ¥232.0M
Senior Vice President and Representative Exec...
Total Annual Compensation: ¥128.0M
Senior Vice President
Total Annual Compensation: ¥124.0M
Senior Vice President and Representative Exec...
Total Annual Compensation: ¥120.0M
Senior Vice President
Total Annual Compensation: ¥120.0M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

mitsubishi electric corp (6503) Key Developments

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation to Launch 10Gbps Optical Transmitter for Mobile Networks

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has announced that it will launch a 10Gbps optical transmitter for high-speed, large-volume data transmission between base stations and central offices in radio access networks within mobile telecommunication systems. The module, which comprises an electro-absorption modulator laser (EML) and a transmitter optical sub-assembly (TOSA), reduces fluctuations in optical wavelengths for dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM). Mitsubishi Electric will commercially launch its new EML-TOSA on February 1. The module, which complies with the 10 Gbps Miniature Device Multi Source Agreement (XMD-MSA), features a cylindrical can-type-not box-type-profile suitable for mass production. In LTE and LTE-Advanced fourth-generation (4G) mobile systems, DWDM has attracted attention as a means of reducing the power consumption of optical transmitter modules that transmit data between base stations and central offices. Mitsubishi Electric's new Can-type EML-TOSA is compatible with DWDM and its TOSA can operate in a maximum temperature of up to 95 degrees Celsius. The module features: it withstands high temperatures to optimal EML structure; reduces power consumption of thermoelectric cooler by approximately 50% compared to Mitsubishi Electric's current FU-612REA model; optimal EML structure reduces fluctuations in optical wavelengths due to operating temperatures; and combines highly compact configuration with capability to operate at temperatures of up to 95 degrees Celsius.

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Develops an Innovative Antenna System

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced that it has developed an innovative antenna system, called SeaAerial, that shoots a column of seawater into the air to create a conductive plume for the transmission and reception of radio-frequency waves. The system can be easily implemented offshore or along shorelines. SeaAerial is thought to be the world’s first seawater antenna capable of receiving digital terrestrial broadcasts for normal viewing. A plume of seawater can be used as an antenna if it is insulated, so Mitsubishi Electric developed an insulated nozzle that transmits radio waves to the antenna even when the plume is physically connected to the sea surface. Effective insulation is achieved with a quarter-wavelength tube in the nozzle. One of the challenges was to secure antenna efficiency, or the ratio of radiated power to input power, because seawater is much less conductive than metal. Mitsubishi Electric used simulations to determine the ideal diameter of the plume, resulting in an efficiency level of 70%, which is sufficient for transmitting and receiving signals. The size of an antenna is usually determined by its operating frequency, so the height of a low-frequency antenna can be up to tens of meters in some cases, requiring a complicated configuration and a huge structure for support. Finding a fixed place to erect such a large antenna, as well as moving it to another location, can present many problems. SeaAerial, despite its size, can be installed virtually anywhere along the shore, as well as offshore, and it can be moved easily by ship and other vessels because basically it requires just a pump and an insulated nozzle.

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Develops New Multibeam Multiplexing Radio Communication Technology for Base Stations of Envisioned Fifth-Generation (5G) Mobile Communication Systems

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has developed a new multibeam multiplexing radio communication technology for base stations of envisioned fifth-generation (5G) mobile communication systems by combining tens of active phased-array antennas with massive antenna elements (massive APAAs) and a new precoding technology for parallel transmission of data streams by transmitters. The wideband communication technology will enable high-speed communication in high-frequency bands expected to be used for 5G systems. The new multibeam multiplexing technology will achieve transmission speeds of 20Gbps, or around 60 times faster than current 4G mobile base stations that use multi-input multi-output (MIMO) technology (as of January 21, 2016). Details will be announced at the IEICE Technical Committee on Radio Communication Systems in Tokyo on March 2, 2016. Massive MIMO technology that would facilitate the use of more than several hundred antenna elements is drawing attention as a way to compensate for propagation loss in the high-frequency bands (from 4GHz) that will be used for 5G. Fully digitized signal processing would require enormous digital circuitry and power consumption, so one of the practical solutions is a hybrid configuration that combines analog and digital processing. The massive APAA technology developed by Mitsubishi Electric is a proven technology that is already used commercially for satellites and other systems. Mitsubishi Electric developed its new multibeam multiplexing technology by combining massive APAAs and precoding technology in transmitters that deliver increased transmission power to overcome propagation loss in high-frequency bands. In comparison with two-beam transmissions of current 4G mobile base stations, up to 16-beam transmissions can achieve up to 20Gbps to satisfy needs for higher data rates. When mobile terminals are in proximity in a crowded environment, signals from base stations can interfere with each other. In conventional diagonalization precoding schemes, the transmission power of interfering signals is lowered to reduce interference, but this also results in decreased transmission speeds. Mitsubishi Electric’s solution is its new nonlinear multi-diagonalization precoding technology combining multi-diagonalization precoding, with inherent interference, and nonlinear operation, which removes interference through multi-diagonalization precoding. Since transmission power does not have to be lowered, the result is high-capacity communication at 20Gbps in crowded environments.

 

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