The answer to your direct question is no because the channel will not pass the frequencies where the signal is.
To put in some practical sense, it will happen in the high frequency (HF = 3-30 MHz) regime where many factors affect whether or not certain frequencies propagate well. For example, a signal may propagate at a given frequency during the certain hours of the day, specific weather conditions, and even seasons.
This doesn't stop you from shifting your signal to a different frequency band though. For example, if your signal was shifted down to match the channel then you could transmit with (hopefully) only a small amount of attenuation given that you do a good job matching your signal bandwidth to the channel. The mathematical operation is laid out in @Fat32's answer.