6 May 2016 Errata: Adaptive spatial filtering of daytime sky noise in a satellite quantum key distribution downlink receiver
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Optical Engineering, 55(5), 059801 (2016). doi:10.1117/1.OE.55.5.059801
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This PDF file contains the errata for “OE Vol. 55 Issue 05 Paper OE-2016-0425-ERR” for OE Vol. 55 Issue 05
Gruneisen, Sickmiller, Flanagan, Black, Stoltenberg, and Duchane: Errata: Adaptive spatial filtering of daytime sky noise in a satellite quantum key distribution downlink receiver

This article [Opt. Eng. 55(2), 026104 (2016)] was originally published on 2 February 2016 with an error in Table 1. In the header row, the unit of measure was mistakenly written as mrad. It should have been written as μrad. The corrected table is reprinted below.

Table 1

Turbulence parameters for five elevation angles relative to zenith with 400- and 800-km altitude circular orbit altitudes. Parameters include Fried’s coherence length r0, the isoplanatic angle θ0, Rytov, and the Greenwood frequency fG. Parameters are shown for 1×HV5/7 and 3×HV5/7 turbulence profiles.

Zenith angle (deg)400 km altitude800 km altitude
r0 (cm)θ0 (μrad)RytovfG (Hz)r0 (cm)θ0 (μrad)RytovfG (Hz)
1×HV5/7
08.511.820.042508.511.820.04143
307.89.470.052757.89.440.05158
456.96.860.063156.96.830.07182
605.63.960.124035.63.940.12239
753.81.410.406973.81.400.40436
3×HV5/7
04.46.110.104854.46.110.10277
304.04.900.135314.04.880.14305
453.63.550.196093.63.530.20353
602.92.050.367802.92.040.37462
752.00.731.1913472.00.732.21843

The paper was corrected online on 26 April 2016.

Mark T. Gruneisen, Brett A. Sickmiller, Michael B. Flanagan, James P. Black, Kurt E. Stoltenberg, Alexander W. Duchane, "Errata: Adaptive spatial filtering of daytime sky noise in a satellite quantum key distribution downlink receiver," Optical Engineering 55(5), 059801 (6 May 2016). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.55.5.059801
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