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should i use a grounding block or a grounding rod? also, what is the best way & where is the best place to mount a grounding block? do i just mount it to the side of my house? what kind of wire do i use to connect the antenna to the grounding block/rod, & where can i get the wire? i'm assuming i don't use the same coax that i use to carry the tv signal? i do know that i'm supposed to run both the ground wire & the coax cable through the grounding block. tia for your help/tips/suggestions!
 

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AVSforum member Signal posted the following helpful sites.


National Electrical Code - Search for "dish" The dish grounding practices also apply to antennas.
http://forums.nfpa.org:8081/necfaq/necsrch.htm


Preventing Damage Due to Ground Potential Difference
http://www.cinergy.com/surge/ttip08.htm


PSIHQ - Grounding Requirements
http://www.psihq.com/iread/strpgrnd.htm


PolyPhaser Technical Information
http://www.polyphaser.com/ppc_technical.asp


Tower Page - see N1LO's GUYED TOWER TOPIC SUMMARY
http://www.qsl.net/n1lo/tower.htm
 
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