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 I started in Amateur Radio back on 1966 when I got my first call PY7VNY.
Later on I changed it to PT7WA. Since my first days I was interested in DX.
I have worked all DXCC countries but on CW I need one more: N.KOREA. In
1999 I became an IOTA entusiastic and now I have over 985  confirmed islands.
I have been the Checkpoint for the Brazilian stations since 2009. I have operated from
SA-003, SA-023 (as PT7FX) , SA-046 and SA-080. Besides my own operations I am the
QSL manager for the dx-peditions and stations listed below. The little boy in the photo is my grandson
Luciano(born 14.02.12). He is logging the QSOs. Does anyone doubt he will be a ham
in the future?

Good dxing to all!


See http://dx.qsl.net for the on-line logs. The "L" indicates logs already uploaded to the LOTW. Except for PW7T and ZY7C, QSLs are OK via the Bureau. When QSLing via the Bureau be sure to write VIA PT7WA. You may also request QSLs via Paypal (pt7wa@globo.com)

3D2XB          OC-016  L

8P9XB           NA-021  L

PQ8XB          SA-060   L

PQ0F             SA-003   L

PT7AA/PR8   SA-072


PT7BZ/PR8   SA-072

PT7BZ/PY6   SA-080

PT7BZ/PY7   SA-046


PT7FX/PY6   SA-023


PT7WA/PY6   SA-080

PT7WA/PY7   SA-046


PW2IO            SA-071   L

PW7T              L  NO BUREAU

PY2XB/1         SA-029   L

PY2XB/PY0F  SA-003   L

PY8AZT/P        SA-060

PY0TE              SA-010

VP5/PY2XB      NA-002  L

ZV7G                 SA-046

ZW8AA              SA-025

ZW8P                 SA-060

ZX2S                  SA-028   L

ZX8CW              SA-041

ZX8W                 SA-060   L

ZY7C                  L  NO BUREAU 

ZY0FA                SA-003

ZY0FCA             SA-003

ZY0FCM            SA-003

ZY0FKL             SA-003

ZY0FMC            SA-003

ZY0FRT              SA-003

ZY0RK               SA-038

ZY0RW               SA-038

ZY0SG                SA-014   L

ZY0SK                SA-014   L

ZY0SP                 SA-014   L

ZY0SS                 SA-014   L

ZY0SW               SA-014    L

ZY0SY                SA-014    L

ZY0TF                 SA-010

ZY0TK                  SA-010

ZY0TW               SA-010

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