The time rate of change of current in a bolt is such that inductance is very
important as is the location of that inductance.
>From: "Wes Attaway \(N5WA\)" <email@example.com>
>To: "Pete Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com>, "Kelly Taylor"
>Subject: RE: [TowerTalk] grounding
>Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 21:30:06 -0500
>Pete makes a good point, up to a point. I do not believe "low
>inductance grounding" is an issue in the single-point grounding
>scheme problem. Reasonable attention with decent sized wire and
>copper strap will suffice for the purpose of controlling the
>problem of imbalances in potential at different ground points.
>Low-inductance questions are mainly associated with RF grounding,
>which is much different from tieing various gound points
>together. Going from a second floor room to ground for the
>purpose of a so-called DC ground is not much of a problem. Your
>coax should be grounded near the ground out at the tower, and
>maybe again just outside the house before coming up to the second
>floor, so I don't think it would much of an issue as far as the
>second floor goes. DC grounding and RF grounding problems are two
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