Mitsubishi Electric is a key player in the information and communications industry, providing both access and backbone systems for optical networks as well as a variety of offerings for satellite communications systems. Designed to support the seamless delivery of large capacities of data and ubiquitous real-time communications, these products are contributing to the actualisation of improved quality in infrastructure and a more affluent society for all.
Mitsubishi Electric offers 100 Gbps optical transmission systems that incorporate the latest optical transmission technology, as a solution to an explosive increase in communication traffic.
The 100G media converter extends the transmission distance of 100GbE optical interface signals to more than 40 km, and is ideal for containing data centre traffic within the network and interconnecting data centres.
100G transceivers for OIF-compliant 100G-DWDM systems contain an internal Digital Coherent Signal Processing LSI, and are suitable for long-distance, large-capacity transmissions. They are also compact and have low power consumption, and thus contribute to reducing mounting area.
Through its 100 Gbps long-distance transmission technology, Mitsubishi Electric supports international communications by playing a role in realising high-speed, large-volume submarine cable systems.
Mitsubishi Electric has fused gigabit Ethernet and passive optical network (PON) technologies to create GE-PON systems that offer economical ultra-high-speed access circuits at up to 1 Gbps. These systems enable the real-time delivery of highly sought after, high-capacity broadband content. We have also successfully developed a prototype 10G-EPON system that increases the transmission speed of GE-PON tenfold, to 10 Gbps.
Mitsubishi Electric's "HSA" helicopter satellite communication system allows direct transmission to the satellite from the helicopter, by transmitting through the rotating blades, enabling real-time video and data reporting to the ground station. HSA makes possible steady transmission without interruption from mountains and tall buildings.
The Ku-band maritime antenna terminal equipment, "Ku-Mate®" antenna, is designed as an Earth station for use on-board vessels. The highly accurate, reliable system is comprised of a one-metre antenna dish and an antenna control unit for GPS satellite tracking, and is compliant with ITU-R requirements for vessel motion and vibration.
This compact, low-power SNG system is designed for superior mobility through its adaptation to small vehicles. It is also equipped with satellite auto-tracking that operates while the vehicle is in motion, thereby making broadcasting possible immediately after arriving on site.