On Wed, 12 Sep 2007 23:41:25 -0500, W0UN -- John Brosnahan
>Note that the word is NOT single-ground -- meaning only one ground. It is
>SINGLE-POINT ground meaning that all the equipment IN THAT SYSTEM is
>tied to a single grounding point. Other systems -- such as a tower system
>with control circuitry at the tower could have its own single point ground
>that is separate from the single point ground in the shack.
------------ REPLY FOLLOWS ------------
if you were to call it a "Single Point House Ground" or a "Single
Point Tower Ground" or a "Single Point AC Mains Ground" there would be
But the discussion here has been looking at the tower/house/AC mains
as a single system. In that context, having two or more grounds and
calling ONE of them a "Single Point Ground" with no other qualifiers
defies common sense.
Common sense has been defied before and you are welcome to continue
the tradition if you wish. :-)
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