The new eLTE-DSA solution overcomes the challenge of insufficient continuous dedicated spectrum resources around the world by using 4.5G technology to aggregate traditional VHF/UHF narrowband

discrete spectrum into broadband spectrum resources.

On the other hand, in the case of the potentials with nonempty

discrete spectrum and/or semibound states (the latter appear if the Jost function has zeroes at the end points of the continuous spectrum; see [12]), some modified forms of (60), (61) should also exist.

If the

discrete spectrum of the IG is present in the current and voltage curves, conditions (1) and (2) take the following form:

Center a

Discrete Spectrum. As initially explained in Section 2.3, the spectrum of a continuous function s(t) is defined in the range of -[infinity] < [omega] < [infinity].

R has the

discrete spectrum [sigma](R) = {2[absolute value of [alpha]] + n : [alpha] [member of] [N.sup.n.sub.0]}.

The relation between the height of the steepest wave in the train of finite duration and the shape of its

discrete spectrum can be examined on the basis of simple considerations.

But Miller's main focus in Long Beach was to explore the topic of spectral power distribution--more specifically, to compare continuous spectrum sources with

discrete spectrum sources.

Jenq has written a series of papers dealing with the effect of non-equispaced sampling instants on the

discrete spectrum of the digitized replica (3-5) where his focus was on the periodicity of timebase errors.

Under computation, we have taken into account from 100 to 200 modes of the

discrete spectrum (3) and from 10000 to 20000 modes of the continuous spectrum (5) on the grid of the integration argument [beta] of the step [DELTA][beta] = 0.1.

We consider selfadjoint extension of Laplace operator -[?] with

discrete spectrum (system of eigenfunctions) in H.

The continued fractions (2) are in the canonical form and have a

discrete spectrum of eigenvalues.