Yeap, that's my VuQube.
I've had it since Thanksgiving 2007. Just love it. Remote controlled satellite dish in the box. It self levels, then using the remote you set the elevation and start sweeping back and forth for the signal. It takes just a minute or two to pull the signal in. The times I've had trouble getting the signal have been because I read the elevation wrong or forgot to change it.
A friend made a bracket that attaches to the jack post through which the satellite post fits. The satellite post is simply a 6 foot cyclone fence post I had cut in to and powder coated black. There's also a bracket that fits on the top of the post and marries to a bracket attached to the dish box. It all locks together and to the trailer.
I made an additional bracket for the back of the trailer which I attached to the bike rack. I can place the dish to the front or the back of the trailer or if necessary run it out from the trailer with a long chain.
Pictures pre-powder coating
Dish locked to bracket and bracket locked to pole
Two poles locked together and locked to trailer with trailer chains
Oh, by the way the satellite dish gets it's power from the little juice that runs through the coaxial cable which is attached to the satellite box.