VHF

abbreviation very high frequency.

English new terms dictionary. 2014.

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  • VHF — (el. vhf) (fork. for very high frequency) …   Dansk ordbog

  • VHF — or vhf abbrev. very high frequency …   English World dictionary

  • VHF — sigla ES ingl. Very High Frequency, altissima frequenza …   Dizionario italiano

  • VHF — [ˌvi: eıtʃ ˈef] n [U] technical very high frequency radio waves that move very quickly and produce good sound quality …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • VHF — [ ,vi eıtʃ ef ] noun uncount very high frequency: a range of radio waves that produces good sound quality …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • VHF — 1932, acronym of very high frequency …   Etymology dictionary

  • VHF — (very high frequency) n. range of radio frequencies between 30 and 300 megahertz …   English contemporary dictionary

  • VHF — DEFINICIJA krat. tehn. područje elektromagnetnih frekvencija koje se koriste za emitiranje (radiovalovi od 30 do 300 Hz); vrlo visoka frekvencija, usp. UHF ETIMOLOGIJA engl. Very High Frequency …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • VHF — ► ABBREVIATION ▪ very high frequency …   English terms dictionary

  • VHF — Très haute fréquence La bande des très haute fréquence (very high frequency/VHF) est la partie du spectre radioélectrique s étendant de 30 MHz à 300 MHz, soit de 1 à 10 m de longueur d onde. Sommaire 1 Propriétés générales 2 Alloc …   Wikipédia en Français

  • VHF — See very high frequency. Also, vhf, V.H.F. * * * ▪ communications in full  Very High Frequency,         conventionally defined portion of the electromagnetic spectrum including any radiation with a wavelength between 1 and 10 metres and a… …   Universalium

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