Earting is the method used to prevent electric shock. To understand it better, we can say earthing is the process used to transfer the discharge of electricity to the earth’s plate so that we can avoid electric shocks. In some areas of high sensitivity soil such as rocky locations, earthing is used in the form of counterpoise earthing to bring down the resistance. These counterpoise wires are applied to reduce the resistance of the tower grounding device. Counterpoise Earthing has four wires, that each of it has a connected to the tower at one end, and kept away from the tower but embedded below a ground level around 600 mm, to reduce the resistance. To maintaining the low resistance, the length of the wires can be increased. Galvanizes steel wires are used for the Counterpoise Earthing, the connection of these lines is called Counterpoise Earthing Transmission Line.