The dynamic phase control system for the stable long distance high frequency (HF) communication is evaluated in this paper by the ionospheric propagation simulations. The radio wave in HF band reaches to the very far side on the Earth by ionospheric propagation. It is efficacious to low latency long distance communication and emergency communication, but the ionospheric propagation is the cause of a phase fluctuation and power attenuation, the affects lead to ionospheric fading that is the sharp drop of the received power. We have reproduced the HF band propagation in a computer simulation and calculated the received power at the receiving station. The results show the improvement of the received power and fading reduction by the appropriate phase control at transmission station.