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To learn more about São Paulo , the city where I live in, please visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sao_paulo

To listen to the Brazilian National Anthem with lyrics and english translation go to: http://youtu.be/SyyOahYXhUQ

Old timer CW enthusiast. Born in 1954 and ham since 1968. You will find me in the 28 MHz CW/Digital and SSB part of the band. My QSOs are uploaded to LoTW once a day, but I will always appreciate a "regular" QSL card. I will promptly answer directly all QSL cards sent directly to me. QSL cards via Bureau are also welcome but replied when possible.

 

Four element Monobander Quad for 28 MHz - Works nicely in the CW part of the band.

 

This is my current shack.

 

 

 

Somewhere in time...

That´s me, long time ago... (Maybe in the 60´s)

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