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VLF

(communications)

VLF

(Very Low Frequency) See frequency bands.
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Vital Alert is a technology company that provides solutions using VLF technology and builds innovative products that enable positioning technology for smart cities and autonomous vehicles.
is a Canadian technology company that provides solutions using VLF technology and builds products that enable emergency and day-to-day data and voice communications.
In the design of VLF antenna we have used especial method of design methodology.
All of the software systems in use by our industry would need to be modified to support the VLF system.
The loss of the funds stems from a 1991 vehicle license fee ``realignment'' program that provided VLF funds to county health, mental health and social service programs, said county Assistant Chief Administrative Officer Sharon Harper.
The law also contained a trigger that would reinstate the VLF to its pre-1998 amount if the general fund was determined to be inadequate to provide the back fill to the dries.
The VLF, founded by former First Lady of Virginia Jeannie Baliles, is a non-profit organization that coordinates and facilitates Virginia's volunteer, community and business literacy efforts and serves as a grantor to private sector literacy groups.
The VLF signals also can transmit tracking and location data for radio users in the case that they are unable to respond.
VLF radio waves are utilized for communicating with submarines, which are submerged and the Indian Navy has been operating a similar facility for the last 24 years.
Three VLF signals are shown at the top of the chart with data from the X-ray instrument on board the GOES-15 spacecraft at the bottom.
Tracking and location data can be transmitted by the VLF signals for radio users, should they be unable to respond.
The technology needed to build the VLF is rather straightforward and could be built today with existing systems.