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A possibility for their use is suggested by the small "globes" at the free ends of the conductors in the 2nd photo. If this array of conductors was intended for lightning protection, they better would have very sharp tips in order to reduce the flashover voltage appearing at the ends of the conductors. Also, ~vertical conductors would be better ...


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Those are not antennas, but intended to be lightning dissipators. Basically, they are a type of lightning rod. A lightning rod or lightning conductor (UK) is a metal rod mounted on a structure and intended to protect the structure from a lightning strike. If lightning hits the structure, it will preferentially strike the rod and be conducted to ground ...


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Protecting equipment and property with an antenna such as this is no different than with any other antenna. See How can I protect equipment against a lightning strike?


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