The very high frequency (VHF) band is a radio-frequency
(RF) band in the range 30-300 MHz. The VHF 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 VHF
band is used for fixed communications services, ground-to-air communications, mobile
services, and television.
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