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Been a ham since 1992, when I was 13 years old, with callsign PU1WLF.
Got my current callsign, PY1NB at 1996, age 16.
Currently active on HF from 160 to 10m, with greater interest on low
bands. Active on both CW and SSB.
My main interests are DXing and technical aspects of the hobby. I like
modeling and assembling antennas, amplifiers and miscelaneous station

Started the website www.dxwatch.com on 2004, a web based dx cluster.

Since 2006 I host PR1T contest station at my QTH. Funny thing is that
building a contest station lead us to all kind of weird problems and
creative solutions, and to a much better understanding of RF

Started the reverse beacon network project among N4ZR on early 2008.

Operated on 2009 on PT1R (sa-079) and ZY0T dxpeditions.

Current setup is:

160m - lazy inverted vee dipole, apex at 18m
80m - vertically polarized delta loop
40m - moxon built by PY3VK
20m - 4 element yagi of unknown design
15m - 5 element from ARRL antenna book, homebuilt
10m - 7+7 element designed by PY1ZRT/IV3GKE, homebuilt



QSL manager for:

ZY0T (october 2009) SA-010 - Trindade Island operation

ZY0T OQSLR available at:http://www.dxwatch.com/dxped/zy0t/qsl

PT1R (may 2009) SA-079 - Rasa Island operation



The Brazilian mail service is very slow, and sometimes mail gets lost (maybe stolen). We have a lot of lost mail mainly from Italian stations. Please wait for a minimum of 25 days for the QSL to arrive. If you send your QSL registered, you can track it here: http://tinyurl.com/ycwa6ax

Please include envelope & contribution if you want it returned via direct, otherwise QSLs will be returned via bureau.

If you send me an EMAIL regarding QSL cards, please be patient. I will only answer it after I have emptied the incoming QSL queue. I usually answer QSL emails every two weeks.















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