low-frequency cutoff

low-frequency cutoff

[′lō ‚frē·kwən·sē ′kə‚dȯf]
(electronics)
A frequency below which the gain of a system or device decreases rapidly.
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For lower train speeds, the main part of the axle-sequence spectrum is hidden in the low-frequency cutoff range.

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