non-contiguous

non-contiguous

adj. referring to two or more parcels of real property which are not connected.

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The 1800 Mhz band is the most popular one worldwide for 4G-LTE deployments but if such airwaves are non-contiguous the quality of 4G services will be affected.
The total acreage is approximately 8,500 non-contiguous acres between the two counties, leased throughout the past two years.
According to Horowitz, the Foundation for the Global Compact needed to consolidate certain organizational personnel that were spread among non-contiguous floors in two separate buildings, both inside and outside of the UN properties.
The six non-contiguous lots, situated west of I-95 near Northeast Second Avenue, contain 30 acres of man-made lakes and are zoned to permit 702 housing units, a maximum six per acre, leaving 61 percent open space.
The party's armed wing -- the People's Protection Units (YPG) -- modeled after and mainly staffed by the PKK, "now dominate three large, non-contiguous enclaves of Kurdish-majority territory along the Turkish border," according to the report.
11ac specification adds channel bandwidths of 80 MHz and 160 MHz with both contiguous and non-contiguous 160 MHz channels for flexible channel assignment.
Technology will overcome Centerstone found that "culture distance in helping to build is built on relationships and new culture between entities familiarity" that depend, in part, in non-contiguous states.
The key feature is extremely flexible carrier aggregation, allowing combination of any two carriers of any size up to 20 MHz each, contiguous or non-contiguous, inter-band or intra-band, for an overall total of 40 MHz of bandwidth.
Innovation #5: Techniques to Minimize Power Amplifier Spectral Regrowth in Non-contiguous Spectral Environment
More importantly, New Hampshire already has one of the highest dental utilization rates by our poorest children, those on Medicaid, when compared to any state, even the non-contiguous ones.
In particular, it is possible to create configurations in which the high-dimensional mesoscopic domain is non-contiguous (non-connected), whereas the 3-dimensional domain is connected.
Despite initial appearances, he says, the two have enough in common to make their differences significant, in particular, production for non-contiguous markets within a common legal framework.
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