The VHF amateur radio band is 144.000 - 148.000 North and South America plus Hawaii and Asia and Oceania, and from 144.000 MHz to 146.000 MHz in Europe, Africa, and Russia. Propagation modes familiar to VHF operators, such as sporadic-E, auroral, meteor-scatter, transequatorial and moonbounce, all have been used on six meters.
The 6-meter band is a portion of the VHF radio spectrum allocated to amateur radio use and sometimes has propagation similar to the HF bands. 6-meter frequency allocations vary by country.
Radio propagation that uses ionized trails of meteors during atmospheric entry to establish communications between amateur radio stations, sometimes at great distances.
EME (Earth-Moon-Earth) communication, also known as "moonbounce" uses the moon as a passive reflector for VHF and UHF signals.
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