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In the USA that is a requirement of the electrical code.
It's a safety issue.
If you can't bond the ground rod then don't use it and just use the house ground.
On Monday, November 29, 2021, 07:38:29 PM CST, Mark Gottlieb <kk2l@...> wrote:
No, the ground rod is not bonded to the house ground. However, I have solved the RFI problem with RS-BA1 software. Using the rig as a server access point, with the software, solved the hardwire connection issue. Now, with no direct connection, there is no more RFI. Problem solved!
Thanks to all who responded.