Here are a couple pictures of the newly relocated receiver setup for the Atlantic HF feed. I host this feed myself as I have had a keen interest in HF for the past 30+ years.
The receiver is a small Yaesu FT-817 hooked to a DX Engineering Active Receive Antenna
mounted in the woods (as far away from man-made noise sources as possible). The DXE-ARAV2-1P is a low-noise receive antenna that provides excellent receiving performance from 100 kHz to 30 MHz using a whip antenna element 102 inches long.
The receiver is hooked to an old Linux box which streams the feed and controls the Yaesu radio via hamlib
I am still optimizing the frequency schedule, trying a mix of NAT (North Atlantic Tracks - Gander, Shanwick, Santa Maria, New York) and some CAR coverage (Caribbean Area) in the morning. Since HF radio propagation is dynamic and based on sunpots and geomagnetic field activity, this can be challenging. But the aim is to have some activity to listen to most of the time. Trans-Atlantic traffic tends to be very active much of the day, peaking at night (East Coast time) from the U.S. to Europe and early morning and daytime between Europe and the U.S.
The new receive antenna is an improvement over the old setup, providing excellent signal pickup and reduced noise. It is a much more pleasant listening experience. For you newcomers to HF listening, there is no "squelch" so you will always hear a quiet "hiss" in the background.