Very High Frequency

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Very High Frequency

Also called VHF. Radio frequency between 30 and 300 megahertz. Very high frequency is used for FM radio and television broadcasts, among other things.
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Linkage between the local alerts database and VHF database identified 5,006 matches, 120 of which were confirmed cases.
Like most marine VHF sets of recent build, this one is capable of Digital Selective Calling, or DSC.
The company demonstrated VHF-FM, VHF-AM, VHF-FM public service, VHF air traffic control, Have Quick I & II, and MIL-STD SATCOM waveforms in early 2001.
In the past, from 1974 to 1984, the ABC Network, too, made a concerted effort to update its line-up of VHF stations.
A bundled version that couples a GHS 20/20i with a GWH([TM]) 20 wireless hub is also available and provides Bluetooth connectivity to your VHF radio.
Because VHF radio requires ship's power and line of sight range with another party to function, it won't suffice in all circumstances.
The VHF 300 supports up to three GHS 10 mics, which have built-in speaker for vessels with multiple stations and uses either the supplied four-inch active speaker with volume knob or an optional third-party passive speaker.
This Icom AIS features a built-in VHF antenna splitter that saves the expense of adding a second VHF antenna just for the AIS.
Lowrance's new LVR-880 is the first powerful, fixed-mount, DSC-equipped 25/1 watt radio to offer dual VHF and FM radio capabilities.
ITT Defence Limited supplies VHF and UHF radios, associated networking capability and data backbone for BOWMAN, the infrastructure for the United Kingdom's battlefield digitization program.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of 69 Nos 5 Watt digital hand held VHF transceiver sets & 34 Nos 25 Watt Digital VHF Base/Mobile Transceiver Sets.