I've seen a lot of questionable procedures that may give some idea
of the ground resistance - but, the real method is with a "Megger".
Check with a local telephone company man (not the guy that comes to
your house and pulls wire). They routinely do this on the COs and
he will have access to the megger. These guys are usually real good
about helping you, and you may be able to introduce him to ham radio.
> A short time ago someone indicated they had measured the resistance
> on their ground rods. How does one do this? Can it be done with
> something as simple as a digital volt meter? What two points do
> you measure between? I don't live in a particularly sandy area but
> have no idea if my ground rods (6) will actually help if lightning
> should visit.
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