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<b>1</b>. The frequency beyond which a filter produces significant attenuation. Usually taken as the point where the amplitude is down by 3 dB (or the power by 6 dB). <b>2</b>. Attenuation produced by a filter, often given in decibels per octave.
 
<b>1</b>. The frequency beyond which a filter produces significant attenuation. Usually taken as the point where the amplitude is down by 3 dB (or the power by 6 dB). <b>2</b>. Attenuation produced by a filter, often given in decibels per octave.
 
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1. The frequency beyond which a filter produces significant attenuation. Usually taken as the point where the amplitude is down by 3 dB (or the power by 6 dB). 2. Attenuation produced by a filter, often given in decibels per octave.