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very high frequency

Syllabification: ver·y high fre·quen·cy

Definition of very high frequency in English:

noun

(abbreviation: VHF)
The band of frequencies between 30 and 300 megahertz, typically used for broadcasting television signals.
Example sentences
  • The peak ground-reaction forces in these impact situations consist of signals with very high frequencies.
  • Today's business radios use either very high frequency or ultra-high frequency bands.
  • Ground forces using FM radios that cannot talk to F - 16s overhead because the airmen have only ultra-high frequency or very high frequency radios.

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