Though the terms VHF (very high frequency) and UHF (ultra-high frequency) are sometimes used interchangeably,
Frequency hopping is a method by which radio signals “hop” around a frequency in a pattern creating transmissions that are impossible to decipher from the outside.
Radio communication can be accomplished across varying frequency ranges, but the working principles are different depending on whether you are using high-frequency (HF) or very high-frequency (VHF).
Thunderstorms and heavy rain have a palpable effect on communication systems. Internet connectivity is notably disrupted by extreme weather events