On Tue, 11 Sep 2007 12:33:49 -0400, "Roger (K8RI)"
>There have been some good suggestions as to grounding. A good Single Point
>Ground (SPG) is essential.
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I have heard this stated before, but in the case of lightning, I don't
understand the reason why. I do understand in the case of AC mains
safety grounding, but not for lightning.
It would seem to me that a strike should be sent to earth as close to
the point of the strike as possible, rather than routed off many feet
to an SPG. Could you please explain?
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