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Fourier synthesis is nothing else than the summation of cosine and sine waves at different frequencies and amplitudes. For a signal of infinite duration, the Fourier spectrum is discrete and reduces to the summation of harmonics. The values of the coefficients are usually displayed as a line spectrum, where each line indicates the size of a particular coefficient.