Radio spectrum frequencies ranging from 300 MHz to 3,000 MHz. Frequencies above 1,000 MHz (1 GHz) are also considered microwave frequencies.
This frequency spectrum portion is used for TV and cellular transmissions and is between 300 MHz and 3 GHz in frequency. (See VHF.)
in television, channels 14-83; generally, the signal of such a channel has a more limited range or coverage area than a very high frequency (VHF) channel. Assigned by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). See very high frequency (VHF).
A band of radio frequencies from 300 to 3,000 megahertz.
A Federal Communications Commission designation for the band from 300 MHz to 3,000 MGz (3GHz) on the radio spectrum.
(Abbreviated UHF.) See radio frequency band.
(UHF). Those radio frequencies exceeding 300 MHz.
The UHF range of the radio spectrum used in legacy data collection computers is typically in the band extending from 400MHz to 450MHz. These radios are crystal based. These crystals must be grown and on occasion re-aligned because they have a tendency to drift.Its radio output power of 1w to 2w yields an effective range of one to two miles. Because of this, a site license is required from the FCC in order to use UHF radios in a data collection application.The data rate is about 19.2Kbps or less.
(UHF) To Very High Frequency (VHF) Converter- An electronic device for receiving UHF signals and translating them to VHF signals for transmission from the antenna to the processing equipment in the headend.
A band which includes off-air TV channels 14 through 69 (frequency range 470 MHz to about 800 MHz.)
Ultra high frequency radio waves that are in the range of 300 to 3,000 MHz.
Portion of the electromagnetic spectrum ranging from about 300MHz to about 3GHz. The frequency band includes television and cellular radio frequencies.
The part of the radio spectrum from 300 to 3000 megahertz which includes TV channels 14-83, as well as many land mobile and satellite services.
Limited-range wave bands for television channels (14 to 82) that transmit from 470 to 890 megahertz (MHz), with lower power and over a smaller area than low-band (channels 2 to 6) or high-band (7 to 13) very high frequency (VHF) stations.
A signal in the frequency range of from 300 to 3000 MHz.
Channels above channel 13 (or from 470 MHz to 806 MHz).
The band in the 500 to 900 MHz range, including TV channels 14 through 83.
Ultra high frequency (UHF) designates a range (band) of electromagnetic waves whose frequency is between 300 MHz and 3 GHz. Waves whose frequency is above the UHF band fall into the SHF (Super high frequency) and EHF (Extremely high frequency) bands; all of which fall under the Microwave frequency range. Lower frequency signals fall into the VHF or lower bands.
Ultra High Frequency is a Long Island, NY based rock band formed in the mid 1990s in Long Island, NY by Frank Fussa (vocals, guitar), Jon Tehel (guitar / vocals), Chris Johanidesz (bass / vocals) and Dennis Joseph (drums / vocals). It wasn't until 2004 with Dennis Joseph's return that the band's heat got turned on with their first official release "Sun Never Sets in Dramaville".