The airborne Predator was able to relay data to the Chicago via an ultrahigh frequency
satellite communication link.
A television set with an ultrahigh frequency
tuner (UHF) also can be modified to receive cellular telephone frequencies.
Cincinnati Microwave designs, manufactures and markets ultrahigh frequency
and microwave wireless communication products for sale under its own brand and for many of the world's leading providers of consumer and commercial electronics products.
Cable's indictable offense was that it threatened the revenue earned by UHF (ultrahigh frequency
) television licensees.
(UHF) near-field RFID technology received a lot of attention due to its good performances in item-level RFID applications such as sensitive products tracking, pharmaceutical logistics, transport and medical products (blood, medicines, and vaccines), and biosensing applications [7-13].
Most recently the author's group  has newly reported using strong OFB to boost the modulation frequencies over an ultrahigh frequency
passband over 55 GHz and has shown improvement of the gain of a corresponding RoF link by about 20 dB.
Among their topics are numerical analysis techniques, a generalized scattering matrix approach for multilayer patch arrays, microstrip reflect-array antennas, wearable antennas for body area networks, ultrahigh frequency
passive radio-frequency identification tag antennas, meta-material antennas and radiative systems, and printed leaky wave antennas.
The area along ASR Sue is also full of communication dead zones, which are areas where very-high frequency and ultrahigh frequency
signals do not propagate.
The system works by projecting ultrahigh frequency
, low-powered radio waves onto the front and back of the person being screened.
often referred to as MILSATCOM, has a presence in portions of the ultrahigh frequency
(UHF), 0.3- to 3.0-GHz band, the superhigh frequency (SHF), 3.0- to 30-GHz band, and the extremely high frequency (EHF), 30- to 300-GHz band.