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Erratum to: Analysis of dispersion effect on a NRZ-OOK terrestrial free-space optical transmission system

The original article was published in Journal of the European Optical Society-Rapid Publications 2016 12:18

Erratum

In this version of this article that was originally published [1] there were typographical errors in abstract:

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    In the abstract under the Background: freespace should be written as free-space

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    In the abstract under the Results: of 10-9 should be written as of 10−9

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    In the abstract under the Conclusion: 'The results indicate that the effect of dispersion due to pressure.....' should be written as 'The results indicate that the effect of dispersion resulting from pressure…'

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    In the abstract under the Conclusion: '… temperature increases with the propagation distance. What induces a high BER.' should be written as '.... temperature increases with the propagation distance, which induces a high BER.'

The original article was corrected. The publisher apologises for these errors.

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    Bouhadda, M., Abbou, F.M., Serhani, M., Chaatit, F., Boutoulout, A.: Analysis of dispersion effect on a NRZ-OOK terrestrial free-space optical transmission system. Journal of the European Optical Society-Rapid Publications 12, 18 (2016)

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Correspondence to Mohamed Bouhadda.

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The online version of the original article can be found under doi:10.1186/s41476-016-0020-x.

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