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Hello, Thanks for lookup my callsign, hope we had a nice QSO.


In the present my interests on ham radio is to build a dx contacts and to improve my operator capacities.

I am also very interested on CW, but you know... It requires a lot of practice. I am just trying to listen for a good start.

Regarding digital modes, I like so muche Feld Hell so all my attemp to make contact will be in that mode. I will always try to manage attending a schedule for a contact in FH.

Usually my working conditions in HF are:

Yaesu FT80

80m-40m inverted V dipole

20m-15m-10m rigid dipole at only 10m high. This is part of a 3 bander 4 elements Yagi that will be installed and operational in the future.


I will really appreciate your paper QSL, and will answer the same way. Please always try first to contact me by email in order to make the arrangements for direct QSL sending.

Thank a lot for reading 73 and great DX



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