There is so much more to the VHF bands than simply local repeater activity. Many stations have worked
all 50 US states and even over 100 countries on the ham bands above 50 MHz. Through various forms of
propagation such as sporadic E-skip, tropospheric ducting and aurora, many stations can be worked on
the VHF bands with relatively modest equipment and antennas. You can even reflect transmitted signals
off of incoming meteors or off the surface of the moon! VHF operating is exciting and fun, and is available
to ALL amateurs, even those with an entry-class license. Don't fool yourself; there is a lot of good DX'ing
to be had on the VHF bands, and lots of contests, too! Learn more about VHF activity with some of the links provided below.