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VHF

(communications)

VHF

(Very High Frequency) A range of radio frequencies from 30 MHz to 300 MHz. The VHF band is used for television, FM and amateur radio, airplane navigation and traffic control and marine communications. See UHF and spectrum.
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Rich Redmond, GatesAir's Chief Product Officer, added, "With many broadcasters expected to move to new VHF channels from UHF or other channels on the VHF band as a result of repack, there are very few reliable options to quickly and reliably accommodate these changes.
For each system, sensitivity was calculated as the proportion of confirmed cases in the VHF database with a match found within either the national call center database or within the prefecture alerts database.
Coast Guard, in time of need, mariners with a VHF antenna 6 feet above sea level can expect at least 20 miles of service to a Coast Guard listening station, and often farther (charts of coverage for Florida may be found at www.
The V511 provides continuous coverage in the VHF frequency band from 30 to 108 MHz.
We first calculated home range size and cover type composition for moose wearing VHF radio-collars in Minnesota.
Updates in VHF SINCGARS waveforms or SATCOM protocols, for example, can be downloaded to the -117F radio through a computer interface.
If the local affiliate market had less than three equal VHF TV stations, the owners of the dominant VHF TV stations in those markets could and do command premium cash compensation payments from the networks they are affiliated with.
NASDAQ: GRMN), the global leader in satellite navigation, today announced the GHS 20 and GHS 20i full-function wireless remote handsets for Garmin's VHF 200 and VHF 300 series radios, and the VHF 200i and VHF 300i international radios.
Your marine VHF radio is not only your primary tool for communicating with the marina dock master and your fishing buddies, it's also your first line of protection in case a problem develops at sea.
In order to implement a practical synthesizer design that offers continuous tuning across the entire frequency band, it is necessary to step the VHF frequency local oscillator drive to the harmonic mixer.
With the VHF 300, Garmin is targeting larger, high-end boats that can be installed at the OEM level," said Dan Bartel, Garmin's vice president of worldwide sales.