I know it has been covered but wanted some calcification. I recently purchased the Flight-aware antenna to replace the stubby stock antenna that originally came with the noolec tuner. I have a ranch style home with hip roof. The antenna is located in the middle on a small attic venting dormer that I have my cables running through. I have found a Dish swiveling post is the best way to mount he antenna and looking at adding a few more projects as well. (PWS and a weather satellite photo decoder in the works)
That being said, what is the best way to ground the antennas? I read a copper wire to the electrical service ground is the best but hat is well over 30 feet away. I’ve read it is best to ground the antenna base and a grounding unit inline with the signal cable as well. And if I ground the antenna base separate from the service ground static can build up and damage components?
This is my first home and wish to keep it safe so any ideas that will work are invited.