Ok, here is the attachment.
A -1 and A - 2 are vertical poles in which go up and down. You can attach a dish at the top of those poles and on both sides below it with U-bolts and a mount with mast.
A - 3 is a horizontal pole that goes left to right that would be attached to the two vertical poles (A-1 and A-2) going in between those two. You can attach a dish using U-bolts and a mount with mast
B - 1 and C -1 are vertical poles. You can attach a dish at the top of those poles and on both sides below it with U-bolts and a mount with mast.
B - 2, C -2, and C - 3 are braces that would support taller poles and the weight in which more dishes would be needed to go up the pole. B shows only one brace while C shows two braces, one on each side.
The red dots indicate the possible location the dishes could be placed. Where it is on top of the pole it would not need a U-bolt but all other areas on the side of the poles and accross the horizontal poles would require U-bolts for each mast. B & C where you see the red dots at down the side of the poles the dish would be placed on the sides where the braces are not at.
These are like big tripods only permanent in the ground with concrete for the poles and braces. One could even have a vertical pole in the middle of the horizontal pole on diagram A to further stabilize it and to have dishes down the sides of it and at the top. Also you could put braces on the vertical poles of diagram A as shown in diagrams B and C.
This is for those that have a lot of dishes and need a good solid solution for multiple dishes that has no place to mount them. This works good for those that have a metal fence already that may look like diagram A.