Mitsubishi Electric Develops World’s First Ultra-wideband Gan Doherty Power Amplifier

Mitsubishi Electric develops world’s first ultra-wideband GaN Doherty power amplifier Mitsubishi Electric and Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories announced today their development of an ultra-wideband gallium nitride (GaN) Doherty power amplifier for next generation base stations. The new power amplifier is compatible with a world-leading range of frequency bands above 3GHz to cover an operating bandwidth of 600MHz. To help meet a rapid rise in demand for increasing wireless capacity, mobile technologies are shifting to next generation systems that raise capacity by allocating new frequency bands above 3GHz and using multiple frequency bands.

Mitsubishi To Slash Models And Focus On Selling More Crossovers And Suvs

Mitsubishi to Slash Models and Focus on Selling More Crossovers and SUVsMitsubishi has been struggling in North America for more than a decade.
Despite its continued hardship, surrender is simply not an option. According to Don Swearingen, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Mitsubishi Motors North America, pulling out of the market like, say, Isuzu or Suzuki “was never something we considered,” not even during the darkest days of the Great Recession of 2008.

Mitsubishi Bsx Is A Seriously Pumped Up, Imaginery, Small Suv

Mitsubishi BSX Is A Seriously Pumped Up, Imaginery, Small SUVIt might be nothing more than an artist's study, but this Mitsubishi looks just about ready to take off.
Penned by Piotr Moskala and posted on DesignerSpace, the small SUV features aggressive lines across its exterior, an odd-shaped grille that sits above an aggressive bumper, flanked by futuristic-looking headlights and large wheels wrapped in low-profile tires.

Mitsubishi Is Killing The Lancer This Summer

Mitsubishi is killing the Lancer this summerThe small sedan segment is going to get a little smaller this summer. At a Mitsubishi event last night, the company discussed its new focus on the crossover market. It left us wondering where this leaves the future of Mitsubishi sedans. We asked executive vice president and COO of Mitsubishi's North American division Don Swearingen about this, and he said the Mirage G4 will remain on the market to handle some sedan demand, but that Lancer production will end this August.

Mitsubishi's Crossover Plan: New Model Coming To Geneva, Outlander Phev Finally On The Way

Misubishi's crossover plan: New model coming to Geneva, Outlander PHEV finally on the wayMitsubishi announced last night that it will be concentrating on crossovers for the foreseeable future (which includes leaving the Lancer behind). That future starts at this year's Geneva show, where the company will reveal a completely new small crossover. This new vehicle, the name of which Mitsubishi didn't reveal, is planned to reach dealers in early spring of 2018.

Mitsubishi Dealers Would Really Like A Truck To Sell

Mitsubishi dealers would really like a truck to sellWhile Mitsubishi is switching gears to focus on crossovers, that won't address a market that its dealers would like to be in. While answering questions from the press last night, Don Swearingen, executive vice president and COO of Mitsubishi's North American office, mentioned that its US dealers have a pickup truck high on their "shopping lists." In fact, he said that a truck is pretty much at the top.

1991 Mitsubishi Delica Becomes A Japanese Monster Truck

1991 Mitsubishi Delica Becomes A Japanese Monster TruckVehicular oddities don't come much stranger than the Mitsubishi Delica, particularly those outfitted with numerous off-roading components and rugged looks.

In production since 1968, the Delica has been offered in numerous forms from simple work vans through to those fitted with large tires, wheels and jacked up suspension systems. All are fairly dull and uninspiring. The following Delica is different.

Next-gen Mitsubishi Outlander Sport/asx Shows Some Skin In New Spy Shot

Next-Gen Mitsubishi Outlander Sport/ASX Shows Some Skin In New Spy ShotAfter shaking Nissan's hand earlier this year, and with Carlos Ghosn taking the reins, Mitsubishi has started working on a replacement of the current Outlander Sport / ASX.

Proof stands an image taken somewhere in Japan by a motorist that shows the brand's compact SUV lacking camouflage, but since it's still in development stage, we cannot say for sure whether this design will hold.

Nissan Confirms Work On Plug-in Hybrid After Mitsubishi Deal

Nissan Confirms Work On Plug-In Hybrid After Mitsubishi DealNissan executives have confirmed that the company is working on a new plug-in hybrid vehicle after the Renault-Nissan Alliance acquired a 34 per cent stake in Mitsubishi.
Prior to the deal, Nissan was steaming ahead with fully electric vehicles, but with the availability of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, could borrow some of its technologies in creating a new PHEV.

Asean Ncap Gives The 2017 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport A 5-star Rating

ASEAN NCAP Gives The 2017 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport A 5-Star RatingComing out a winner in Latin NCAP's and ANCAP's tests, the new Mitsubishi Pajero Sport has been awarded with a maximum five-star safety rating from ASEAN ANCAP.
Tested last month, the SUV, which shares its underpinnings with the latest L200/Triton pickup truck, has impressed engineers in the Adult Occupant protection, where it performed better than the 2012 assessment, grabbing 15.29 points out of the total 16.

Renault And Mitsubishi To Use Next-gen Nissan Leaf Platform

Renault And Mitsubishi To Use Next-Gen Nissan Leaf PlatformRenault and Mitsubishi are set to borrow the platform of the next-generation Nissan Leaf as the automotive conglomerate looks to drop the prices of its future range of electrified vehicles.
Japanese publication the Nikkei Asian Review reports that Nissan intends on launching a plug-in priced at around 2 million yen ($17,000), or 20 percent lower.