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First Iranian amateur radio contest

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mehdi:
To celebrate 37th anniversary of Iranian Islamic revolution, the first Iranian ham contest is going to be held on February 1st, 2016 and will last for 10 days.

Objective: To encourage and increase contacts (especially DX ones) with Iranian radio amateurs.

Dates:
   Contest Period: 10 days (Feb 01, 00:00 UTC - Feb 11, 23:59 UTC)
   All modes (CW, SSB, RTTY) can be used on this period.

Bands:
   40, 20, 15 and 10 meters
   Note: On 20m, the upper limit is 14.250 MHZ

Contact information:
   For contest information and any sort of inquiries contact epcontest.2016@gmail.com

Certificates:
   Certificates will be awarded to:
   1- Top single operator (at least 30 contacts on all modes)
   2- Top CW operator
   3- Top SSB operator
   4- Top RTTY operator
   5- Any operator who contacts at least 3 Iranian hams

Getting QSL card:
   If you need the printed certificate, you should send 5USD (or equivalent in your                   currency) to this address: “P.O. Box 14185-736 , Tehran, Iran”
   Please use registered mail to make sure it delivers without problems.
   WebMoney and Bitcoin are also accepted. (Contact us for more information)


Misc:
   Iranian amateurs will use “/contest” at the end of their call sign for this contest.
   The deadline for contacting us for certificate is 3 months after the contest.

List of Iranian participants:
   EP2FM  : Abdollah Sajjadian
EP3RB : Reza Batebi
EP3AG  : Ali Ghanbari
EP2FA   : Farman Aghdasi
EP2CM : Jamshid Mansoori
EP4HR  : Hamid-Reza Rahimi
EP3MIR : Mohammad Mobini
EP3CQ : Ali Solh-Joo
EP2LMA : Mohammad Azimi
EP2LSH: Saeed Shokrollahi
EP2HZM : Hassan Zohoorian
EP2HEK : Hekmatollah Rahimi
EP5MKN : Majid Kiani Nejad
EP5ABD : Bagher Mir-Abdolhagh
EP7AHN : Hamed Nahrir
EP4KHA : Amin Kharadmehr
EP4MMM : Mohammad Mirab
EP2MA : Mohammad Ameli
EP2LSD : Sepehr Dalir
EP3EEE: Ehsan Esteki

EEVblog:
Nice to see there is a local HAM scene there!

zapta:

--- Quote from: miguelvp on January 19, 2016, 09:08:26 am ---People != Countries they live in.

We all just want to raise our families the best we can, regardless of governments.

--- End quote ---

Did you read what those hams celebrate?

nctnico:

--- Quote from: zapta on January 19, 2016, 11:07:18 am ---
--- Quote from: miguelvp on January 19, 2016, 09:08:26 am ---People != Countries they live in.
We all just want to raise our families the best we can, regardless of governments.

--- End quote ---
Did you read what those hams celebrate?

--- End quote ---
Any reason is a good reason to get together and drink some beer  8)
I agree with what Miquelvp wrote. 99.9% of the people want to have a good life and raise their children in a safe place. I'm very much interested in learning how real people live in other countries I know very little about. It helps to put the propaganda from power hungry idiots into the right perspective.

mehdi:

--- Quote from: EEVblog on January 19, 2016, 10:59:06 am ---Nice to see there is a local HAM scene there!

--- End quote ---
Thanks.

@Mechatrommer: Every country has some national holidays (like independence day) that they celebrate it.
In Iran, this is the anniversary of our revolution. Don't mix ham radio with politics and religion.
Also it's our first contest and we know it would not be perfect, but we'll learn from this experience for future contests

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