I am installing 2 antenna masts on one end of my house. The utility ground is on the far end of the house, and was buried under the asphalt driveway.
Working with my electrician, he suggests 2 ground rods by the 2 masts and 2 ground rods at the entry point for the coax to the house. the rods in the 2 groups will be spaced at least 8' apart.
The antennas will be ~60' from the house and the utility ground and the 2 new grounds by the house will be ~80' apart.
Because of the distance, and being under the driveway, bonding the 2 sets of grounding rods together will be difficult. It would end up being approx 200' of wire to get around the house and then digging a trench in the driveway to find the ground rod, and then fixing the driveway.
What are the consequences of not bonding the new rods with the existing ground rod? Is there something else I can do to mitigate the issues?