On Wed, 12 Jul 2006 16:56:31 -0700, you wrote:
>Sorry, guys, but I must disagree. While a shack ground is NOT a sink for
>noise, it IS far more than lightning protection. It is supposed to provide
>a low-impedance path for stray RF that inadvertently runs around in the
>shack. In an ideal world, perhaps, there should be no stray RF, antennas
>should be perfectly balanced, etc, etc, but as anyone who has ever
>experienced microphone bite can attest, things ain't always perfect.
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Bill's Law of Stray RF:
If adding an RF ground actually improves your signal, you have a much
worse problem than you realize.
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