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If the conduit is metalic, and at least size 3/4", and at least 8 ft. long. Then you should be able to use it as the grounding electrode for the antenna. If the conduit meets all these criteria, then you'll want to bond the antenna mast to it using at least 10 AWG solid copper wire (810.21(H)). You'll have to use a connector designed for the purpose, so ...


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If the conduit is metal, and penetrates the ground it is, by definition, grounded. But you can also just go buy a grounding rod at Home Depot as well if you'd prefer to do it that way. It's just a copper rod you pound into the ground and attach a copper ground wire too. You can also ground it inside via the coax. This is how most satellite dishes are ...



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