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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 975 islands confirmed and
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 all dx-peditions made by PS7KM, PT7AA, PT7BZ, PT7NK, PY2XB and
PY8AZT as well for PT7AG, PW7T and ZY7C. See http://pt7wa.fordx.org for the list and
on-line logs. When QSLing via the Bureau be sure to write "VIA PT7WA" so the Central
Bureau will send it to the right place . 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!

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