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Author Topic: Acquiring good ground bonding  (Read 1444 times)
N4NDX
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« on: May 30, 2010, 05:40:02 PM »

I have my vertical antenna grounded next to an 8 ft rod and is about 20 away from the house to the left. At the opposite side of the house is the main panel connected to an 8ft rod with a #6 solid copper wire. All of this is at the main level of the house. My future station will be at a 3 sided open basement with a crawl space underneath and about 10ft away from the sub panel and of course connected to the main panel. What do you guys recommend to acquire a good ground bond with this scenario. 

"Is the coax cable consider part of the bonding"?

David/n4ndx 
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