The growing use of the upper microwave bands and high stability oscillators such as rubidium controlled ones, has necessitated the exploration by amateurs of means of calibrating those oscillators. Remember to keep all your cables as short as possible. Finally starting to mount the suppressors down on the aluminum with the screws and also coating the backside of the suppressors with the anti-oxident. I have always used this site for info. Rhombic Antenna Home Page. Some info on why these could be an important part of your grounding system Here. It just gives it the clean look.
There is so much information on the internet about grounding that sometimes may make your head explode.
Grounding Bulkhead with supressors for your scanning station
This excess may be easily captured for reuse. So it will have to be connected with 1 gauge wire for now until I figure something out to make a solid connection with some more ground rod bent into the shape I want. I installed the connectors on the heliax so I can mark the cables on where I have to cut for the sheilding. I finally finished painting the tilt-over, so before I lifted it I install another coax shield block just below the mast where I will connect a ground cable from the block to the mast. After wiping the anti-oxident off I sealed it with black Tremco polyurethane so no water will enter that block. Notice the excess compound coming out from the back.