UHF


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UHF

abbr.
ultrahigh frequency

UHF

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) ultrahigh frequency

UHF

or uhf,

ultrahigh frequency.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.UHF - 300 to 3000 megahertzUHF - 300 to 3000 megahertz    
radio frequency - an electromagnetic wave frequency between audio and infrared
electromagnetic spectrum - the entire frequency range of electromagnetic waves
Translations

UHF

N ABBR =ultra high frequencyUHF f

UHF

[ˌjuːeɪtʃˈɛf] abbr (=ultra-high frequency) → UHF(= ultra-haute fréquence)

UHF

abbr of ultra-high frequencyUHF

UHF

[ˌjuːeɪtʃˈɛf] n abbr =ultra-high frequencyUHF f
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