The ultra-high-frequency (UHF) band is a radio-frequency (RF) band in
the range 300-3,000 MHz. The UHF band can be used
for communications systems such as television, which require the transmission
of large bandwidths over short distances (generally line-of-sight). Small, directional
antennas are economical and effective. The UHF band is used
for fixed communications services, ground-to-air communications, mobile services, and television.
Other non-communications services include: radar, space research, radio astronomy, and
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