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We prove new inhomogeneous generalized Strichartz estimates, which do not follow from the homogeneous generalized estimates by virtue of the Christ-Kiselev lemma. Instead, we make use of the bilinear interpolation argument worked out by Keel and Tao and refined by Foschi presented in a unified framework. Finally, we give a sample application.

We prove Strichartz estimates found after adding regularity in the spherical coordinates for Schrödinger-like equations. The obtained estimates are sharp up to endpoints. The proof relies on estimates involving spherical averages, which were obtained in [

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