discrete spectrum

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discrete spectrum

A pattern of data distribution that consists of a series of isolated spikes or clusters of data, which are often integer multiples of a fundamental frequency (harmonic), rather than a continuum of data.
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Narrow-band spectrum analysis was then used to determine the discrete frequencies generated by each bat during each separate test.
HPS emits light in a narrow-band spectrum, with a yellowish appearance and a color rendering index (CRI) of about 20.