The following pages are available (click the buttons above for navigation to the listed page):
Library (resources for composing and decoding messages)
Leadership Bios (information on the NM, NCS stations)
Utah Code Net (information on the Utah Code Net, a CW traffic net in Utah)
Traffic (information on Traffic Handlers on the Beehive Utah Net, Traffic and PSHR totals for the Utah Section)
The Beehive Utah Net is comprised of a dedicated group of Amateur Radio Operators that meet daily for the Public Service function of handling message traffic within the National Traffic System. The Beehive Utah Net is a Section level net within the Utah Section of the American Radio Relay League. A very specific structure allows for the systematic transfer of messages throughout the US, Canada, and many foreign countries. It is entirely managed and run by volunteers, hence the label 'amateur.' In every other sense of the word, it is professional in nature, with dedicated, talented individuals that make the National Traffic System the success it is. In time of emergency or disaster, it provides a viable, reliable backup to government-owned and private-owned communications systems.
Section Manager: Mel Parkes, NM7P
Section Emergency Coordinator: Bob Craven, N7GTE
Section Traffic Manager: Jim Brown, NA7G
Late Check In Sheet
Roster With Statistics
Note that there's information on batteries used in Ham Radio on the Library page.
Now! Some history of the Beehive Utah Net, on the Library page.
Here's an ip checker from ip-address.org:
Updated May 14, 2013