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VLF

(communications)

VLF

(Very Low Frequency) See frequency bands.
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There have been reports that the government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) have considered promoting the development of a VLF system for the industry, and they would then own the vault.
With the legislature ready to restore VLF funding, the governor ready to veto the legislature and the dries ready to move for a ballot initiative, the next move is neither clear nor apparent for any of the players.
VLF would be efficient and not too difficult to develop.
Since full VLF payments stopped on December 10th, cities and counties have been losing $10 million per day in revenues that go to fund vital public health and safety services.
The VLF was established two years ago through the efforts of Baliles.
The coalition of local representatives urged immediate support for any of three pending measures that would appropriate a backfill for lost VLF revenues.
Several private individuals have purchased the VLF receiver and antenna.
We could be fine this year, but there are still questions next year about what will happen with the VLF and funding for the cities.
We would like to thank those members of the Legislature who rejected the notion of raiding critical VLF revenues and fought to preserve this essential revenue for our local services.
The state has taken in nearly $500 million in VLF revenue since Oct.