> If the proposed coax entry point is "far" away (say 40 feet around the
> perimeter of the house) from the utility ground, what's the best thing to
> do? Mine will be like this - FWIW, the coax will pass within 10 feet or
> so of the utility ground as it runs to the tower.
Think about what the goal is. You want everything to move up
together at the same rate. The big problem is when there is a
potential difference between different things.
If my feedline passed that close to the utility ground, I would
certainly ground it (and everything else) there and then try to route
the feedline (and everything else) into the house along the same
general path as the power wires. The utility ground is also the
ground you need to really improve.
Common point entrances are very desirable.
73, Tom W8JI
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