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.
3D2XB OC-016 L
8P9XB NA-021 L
PQ8XB SA-060 L
PQ0F SA-003 L
PW2IO SA-071 L
PW7T L NO BUREAU
PY2XB/1 SA-029 L
PY2XB/PY0F SA-003 L
VP5/PY2XB NA-002 L
ZX2S SA-028 L
ZX8W SA-060 L
ZY7C L NO BUREAU
ZY0SG SA-014 L
ZY0SK SA-014 L
ZY0SP SA-014 L
ZY0SS SA-014 L
ZY0SW SA-014 L
ZY0SY SA-014 L
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