1) The Very High Frequency communcations band from 26.985 to 174 MHz or 30 to 300 MHz, the most popular local (less then 200 mile range) communication band
2) the VHF-AM civilian aircraft communcation band 118 to 137 MHz
"Roger, we got you on VHF 122.9"
Very High Frequnecy:
radio transmissions in between 29.7 and 300 MHz
if you're an engineer (or, God help us, an electrical engineer) its really 30 to 300, but the FCC allocates frequencie above 29.71 MHz to land mobile services.
The Police frequency of 158.9850 MHz is in the VHF bnad
12 channels, 6 MHz wide each, in two ranges between 55.25 and 89.25 MHz (channels 2-6) and 175.25 to 217.25 (channels 7-13). used for carrying analog television signals
you can always get channel 6 on the radio because VHF 6 overlaps with the FM band
You guys are all wrong! It's "Virtual High Five", used when two people online "high five" eachother throught the internet. Invented by Clara and Chloe, two geniuses who also invented "VBF".
Me too! VHF!
Stands for Virtual Hormone Flow, an event that occurs when someone feels they have bested another of the same sex. The "winner's" level of testosterone or estradiol then spikes up, while the "loser's" level becomes suppressed. This results in a virtual hormone flow from one person to another, from the loser to the winner.
When the Canadian Men's Olympic hockey team scored the overtime goal against the Americans, an enormous VHF went to Canada from the US.
That smirking bitch thinks she's getting a VHF off me, but I really couldn't give a damn.