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Previous: PY2VFU

I'm amateur radio since 1978, after several years QRT I returned in 2007, 57 years old, I am married to Silvia for

35 years , we have 1 son and 3 doughters and now 1 granddougther.

I am electronic engineer and worked 25 years at Mannesmann-Demag company in Brazil and in

Germany, today retired, but I have my own company, we work with medical equipments, X-ray machines and a new

projects in medical and industrial area.

I live with my family in Sorocaba, near São Paulo city ,about 80km west.

Hobbies: Radio of course, chess and books.

If we had a QSO, I would like very much to receive your paper QSL card. I love to collect them. I will QSL 100% either

via bureau or direct.

 

90% of my QSO are in CW, slow but always ahead.

I really enjoy DX SSB or CW.

QSL card

Remember: The final courtesy of a QSO is a QSL card

 

Our treasure - Our granddoughter Leticia

 

 

 

This is my sky every night and week-ends

 

 

 

7 elements full size 10/15/20m made by PP5UA , great antenna, 1:1,2 SWR max. in all bands, I worked 12 new entities in the first week of work.

 

Laboratory (partial view), this is my purgatory

 

Equipments:

- FT-950

- IC-706 MKIIG

- FT101ZD

- AM home brew  140W 40m transmitter

- Linear amplifier 4X811A 1kW home brew

- Yagi 7 elem. full size 10/15/20m by PP5UA

- Yagi 4 elem. 6m home brew (DK7ZB)

- Inverted V dipole 80m

- Aluminium dipole 40m by PP5UA

- Vertical 5/8  2m

- 6m delta-loop

- T2FD antenna 3-30MHz  RX only

Obrigado pela sua visita

Thanks for your visit.

Viele danke fuer ihre besuch

73!

Nilson

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