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EHF

abbr.
extremely high frequency

EHF

abbreviation for
(General Physics) extremely high frequency

EHF

or ehf,

extremely high frequency.
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Noun1.EHF - 30 to 300 gigahertz
radio frequency - an electromagnetic wave frequency between audio and infrared
electromagnetic spectrum - the entire frequency range of electromagnetic waves
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Comparison of the EHF group with the AAF group indicated that the EHF preparations had a trend towards a greater AUC for the 0.
Berlin's path to the final was perhaps more difficult in 2015, as they defeated Club Africain in the quarter-final, the 2015 EHF Champions League champions FC Barcelona Lassa in the semi-final stage, and the runners-up of the 2015 Champions League, MVM Veszprem, in the extra-time final.
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An EHF satellite communications system would allow the B-2 to send and receive battlefield information significantly faster than its current satellite communications system.
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In once again underline that EHF is working on ensuring that there is no discrimination or racism in sport and we will continue to monitor the situation in Belgrade during the finals," said J.
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He pointed out that the EHF is now focusing on pushing hockey as "a sport for all to encourage the participation of underrepresented groups.
8 kg and allows drones, communications-on-the-move and other weight-restricted platforms to interface with the Wideband Global Satcom constellation and Advanced EHF satellites by virtue of using a single amplifier instead of requiring two.
Northrop Grumman will begin a development and demonstration phase for an extremely high frequency, or EHF, satellite communications program for the B-2 fleet.
EHF experts blame direct human influences as the main reason for reported trends.