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My oldest memory from radio operations goes when I was 10. At that time with a pair of walkie talkies I experimented the first flavors of amateur communication. I spent several years with CB radios and finally moved to the amateur radio bands in 1990.

Having obtained my licence in Brazil, my born country, I then moved to France in 1995 when sometime after requested local authorities to validate my call-sign which they did. My QSL card is from that time.Back to Brazil after 15 years I have been somehow active on HF, especially on 10 meters. I am also very active on 2m/70cm.

Hope to hear you in the air.




My present radios :

  • Yaesu FT-847
  • Kenwood TM-241A
  • Icom V-80 (HT)
  • Voyager VR-P7VU (HT)
  • TYT TH-UVF9 (HT)

My present antennas :

  • Yagi 3 elements multibander - Cushcraft MA5B
  • Voyage MA 2000 -2X5/8 wave for VHF and UHF
  • Short dualband from Aquarios (back-up antenna)
  • Buddipole Deluxe for field day

Accessories :

  • Yaesu G-800SA - rotator
  • Yaesu FC-707 Antenna Tuner
  • Iambic Paddle from Kent TP-1B
  • Alinco DM-330MVE Power Supply


Locator in Brazil when in Sao Paulo: GG66PL

Locator in Brazil when in Itajuba: GG77GO

Locator when in France: JN18CV (F/PU2VGA)


Main Rig today is the YAESU FT-847
Cushcraft MA5B multibander Yagi 3 elements


BUDDIPOLE DELUXE - HF to 2 meters Antenna. By far the best field day antenna in my opinion Assorted Radios of my use - HF & HTs as well as a frequency counter


View from my house - new area in town with many houses being put up


View from my house - You will remark the little R/C heli flying by Another view of my Yagi with my little R/C heli flying just by


Pair of Tucanos that come to rest behind my house almost everyday

Free counters!

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