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EP2LMA, Iran On The Air

A few weeks ago on February 9th, I wrote an article about working the Alborz DX Group station in Iran, EP2C. EP2C Article Link.  In the comments to that article, EP7AHN (Homed) and EP2LMA (Mohammad) stopped by to say hello.

Fast forward to this morning.  I saw the 20 Meter DX Cluster spot for Mohammad EP2LMA and could hear him quite well, but after a few calls some super strong local USA QRM had popped up unannounced (doesn’t anybody ask if the frequency is in use anymore?), and quite frankly trying to work Mohammad through their conversation was now impossible so I gave up.  Then a minute or so later when they finally stopped I was surprised to see that Mohammad did hear my first call and he did not give upNow in the clear, I heard EP2LMA calling me.

30 watts and some determination is all you need sometimes, witness:

N0UN working EP2LMA

 

Through their hard work and dedication, it appears Mohammad and the Alborz DX Group are quite active now.  And that’s a great thing for Amateur Radio!

Thanks for the QSO Mohammad!

QSL EP2LMA via Pedro EA5GL direct.

EP2LMA on QRZ

EP2LMA on Club Log

Alborz DX Group Website

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  1. Wally says

    Yea seems to be the thing Wayne.
    Don’t ask or listen to see if it’s in use.
    Just crank up the power and go hard

  2. bagher says

    thank you very much for good report.
    73
    ep5abd (http://www.abdolhagh.ir)

  3. Mohammad says

    Hi Wayne
    Yes i heard you first and i had same situation with to strong Eu stations, after 2 qso i just feel that you are listening on the frequency so i try it and call you again.
    Thank you for recording the Qso and write this story.
    hope to see you on new band soon.
    73
    Mohammad

    • N0UN says

      Thanks for sticking with me Mohammad! N0UN



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