NVIS

Near Vertical Incidence Skywave

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    NVIS, or Near Vertical Incidence Skywave, refers to a radio propagation mode which involves the use of antennas with a very high radiation angle, approaching or reaching 90 degrees, to establish reliable communications over a radius of 0-200 miles or so, give or take 100 miles

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