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vrf dB per Octave

Question asked by bill.ossmann on Nov 10, 2003
For an amplitude measurement A, use:

A(f) = A(f0)*(f/f0)^(-0.25/log10(2))

For a power measurement P use:

P(f) = P(f0)*(f/f0)^(-0.125/log10(2))

where f0 is your 0dB frequency. In other words, type the following into a formula box:

A*(f/f0)^(-0.25/log10(2))

where A, f, and f0 are inputs.

Regards,
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Bill Ossmann
Philips Ultrasound
e-mail:  bill.ossmann@philips.com
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I would appreciate any help on the following:

I am writing a test sequence whereby test level is reduced at the rate of 5 dB per Octave. How can I implement "5 dB per Octave reduction" in HP VEE.

Thanks in advance
Syed Faruque
TRW Automotive
syed.faruque@trw.com
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