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High-frequency radio telephones

High-frequency radio telephones— uses radio waves to transmit information over great distances. High frequency signals radiate from an antenna using ground waves and sky waves. The ground wave can communicate over distances of up to 400 miles; the skywave can reach points up to 4000miles away, with a path reliability of over 90%.

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