ultrahigh frequency


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ultrahigh frequency

n. Abbr. UHF
A band of radio frequencies from 300 to 3,000 megahertz.
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ultrahigh frequency

(ˈʌltrəˌhaɪ)
n
(Telecommunications) a radio-frequency band or radio frequency lying between 3000 and 300 megahertz. Abbreviation: UHF
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ul′trahigh fre′quency


n.
any radio frequency between 300 and 3000 megahertz. Abbr.: UHF, uhf
[1935–40]
ul′trahigh-fre′quency, adj.
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Noun1.ultrahigh frequency - 300 to 3000 megahertzultrahigh frequency - 300 to 3000 megahertz    
radio frequency - an electromagnetic wave frequency between audio and infrared
electromagnetic spectrum - the entire frequency range of electromagnetic waves
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