extremely high frequency


Definition of extremely high frequency

: a radio frequency in the highest range of the radio spectrum — see Radio Frequencies Table

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B-52s are also getting a moving map display, improved voice and data communications, new information displays at all of the crew stations, and low and extremely high frequency communications equipment for both conventional and nuclear missions. Kyle Mizokami, Popular Mechanics, "How B-52 Bombers Will Fly Until the 2050s," 10 Sep. 2018

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1952, in the meaning defined above

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