superhigh frequency

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su·per·high frequency

n. Abbr. SHF
A radio frequency between 3,000 and 30,000 megahertz.
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superhigh frequency

(Telecommunications) a radio-frequency band or radio frequency lying between 30 000 and 3000 megahertz. Abbreviation: SHF
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su′per•high fre′quency

(ˈsu pərˌhaɪ)
any radio frequency between 3000 and 30,000 megahertz. Abbr.: SHF
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Noun1.superhigh frequency - 3 to 30 gigahertz
radio frequency - an electromagnetic wave frequency between audio and infrared
electromagnetic spectrum - the entire frequency range of electromagnetic waves
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We are additionally subjected to harmful levels of superhigh frequency (RF) radiation (likewise referred to as microwave radiation) from cellular phone, cell towers, cordless phones, wireless web modems and routers, wireless keyboards, mice, printers, pc gaming gadgets, infant screens, and a lot more.
Amateur radio operators work along nine bands, or groups of frequencies, in the high-frequency range (between 1800 and 29,700 kilohertz) and seven bands in the very high-frequency, ultrahigh frequency, and superhigh frequency ranges.
The Defense Satellite Communications System (DSCS) serves as the mainstay of DOD satellite communications by providing dedicated superhigh frequency (SHF) capacity.