Wouldn't you be better off feeding a bleed resistor as well, to stop the
static building up in the first place ?
Or better still, a choke to make sure there is a proper DC path.
I have now fitted a 300 VRMS varistor (capable of passing 8000 amps
peak!) across the antenna connector on the SWR bridge. Nothing will
protect against a direct strike but perhaps this will
discharge some of
the static build up on my 1100 ft wire.
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