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Iv) Either f == 0 or 9 == O. 1. It suffices to show the implication (i) ~ (iv). w Vg(M(Tzf)(x,w) Vg (M(Tzf) (-x, -w). Since IVg(M(Tzf)(x,w)1 = IVgf(x - z,W - ()I and since the support of Vgf has finite measure, each F(z,() also has a support of finite measure. 3, we have a Fourier transform pair (F, F) such that both F and F have a support of finite measure. 1 and conclude that for all (z, () E JR2d . z (Vgf(z, ())2 = 0 for all (z, () E JR2d . 11) implies that either f == 0 or 9 == O. D Remark: Janssen [27] also proved that the support of Vgf cannot be contained in any half space of JR2d .

Hence (g, liN, 1) is a Gabor frame for these g, and therefore, by dilation invariance of the class of considered windows, (g, a, b) is a Gabor frame for these 9 when (ab)-l = N. In particular (g, 1, liN) is then a Gabor frame, and, although Z 9 can have many zeros in the set { (~, 1I) I 0 :S 1I < 1}, there is no 1I such that (Z g)( ~, 1I + liN) = 0 for l = 0, ... 7). Some of the results just mentioned were announced, but not proved, in [6], Section 5. We have, however, significant sharpenings ofthese results.

9) n for all t E ~ and all k E /Z. This comple~es the proof. 3. 7). 1 We have that (X[O,c) , 1, 1) is a frame if and only if e = 1. Proof: We compute the Zak transform of 9 = X[O,c) as L 00 (ZX[O,c))(t, v) = g(t + k) e-2trikv k=-oo =e-2triLc-tJvsin7r(le-tJ+l)v )2 . , (t, v ) E [0 ,1. 3. 4. The case that e = 1 yields ZX[O,c) == 1 on [0,1)2. When e > 1, we have that ZX[O,c) is a continuous function on [0,1)2, t =I e - leJ, that vanishes whenever (le - tJ + l)v is an integer> 1. 4) with N = 1 we have that Amax = 0.