On the side of the rack is the satellite/RF antenna switch board for Linux DVB/SDR and standalone DVB receivers for photon reception on lower bands. That's a total mess.
NA sat feed of RT Russia (it's a clear channel) from the KU band antenna with HH positioner.
Intelsat 6 93.0W transponder 12152MHz 20000 Symbol Rate (SR) H Polarization 3/4 FEC
Quad V/H linear LNB with side dual circular polarized LNB on the KU dish.
Thats slick, we had a rack I maintained here at the Uni with SDR. One of our rooms is hosting HD-SDR, I'm not familiar with DVB and it really sounds interesting to quote: "Receivers for photon reception on lower bands" heh heh. What are you watching in Russia, did you bug the Kremlin?
Who does that? nsasp00k does, lol
Edit: I think I reached my emoticon limit.