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Renato Araujo ( REN)
Accepts QSL via:
BRAZILIAN HAM STATION
Hello, My name is Renato, but on the radio i use the nickname Ren, I have 33 years, live in Belém do Pará. I start in radio with 13 years old, my first contact with the radio was on citizens band (CB) in 2010 decided to make examinations for Amateur Radio, my first call was PU8WWW .
I have always had a love of QSLs and QSLing. I enjoy the individual works of art adorned with QSO information and callsigns. If you send me a paper QSL, you WILL get one in return, provided you follow these simple methods.My logs are regularly uploaded to LotW. NOTE: I do not use eQSL. Please don't ask me.
Paper QSLs are sent and received as direct.
I do, however, have a few requirements for direct QSLs:
- DO include an Self Addressed Envelope.
- SAEs are mandatory for everyone.
- Self Addressed STAMPED Envelopes are mandatory
- Kenwood-TS-590 s ( HF + 50 MHZ)
- Icom - IC-706MKIIG( HF- VHF- UHF)
- Yaesu -FT-1900 (VHF)
- PS 50 ( 50 A)
- YAESU FL-2100B WITH GI7B CERAMIC TUBE. 1 KW.
- OWA 4 ELEMENT ( 28 MHZ)
- 5/8 VERTICAL ( 24,5 MHZ)
- 5/8 VERTICAL ( 144 MHZ )
- 2 X 5/8 VERTICAL (440 MHZ)
- DIPOLE ( 7 MHZ )
- DK7ZB 2 ELEMENT (21 MHZ)
- DELTA LOOP ( 50 MHZ)
- DIPOLE (3,5 MHZ )
Some Information about my city :
Belém is a Brazilian city, the capital and largest city of state of Pará in the country's north. It is the entrance gate to the River Amazon with a busy port, airport, and bus/coach station. Belém lies approximately 100 km upriver from the Atlantic Ocean, on the Pará River, which is part of the greater Amazon River system, separated from the larger part of the Amazon delta by Ilha de Marajó (Marajo Island). With an estimated population of 2,202,056 people or 3,749,405, considering its metropolitan area it is the 10 th most populous city in Brazil (besides being the second largest in the North Region, second only to Manaus, in Amazonas state) as well as the 16th by economic relevance.
Founded in 1616 by the Kingdom of Portugal, Belém was the first European colony on the Amazon but did not become part of Brazil until 1775. The newer part of the city has modern buildings and skyscrapers. The colonial portion retains the charm of tree-filled squares, churches and traditional blue tiles. The city has a rich history and architecture from colonial times. Recently it witnessed a skyscraper boom.
Belém, literally Bethlehem is also known as the Metropolis of the Brazilian Amazon region or the Cidade das Mangueiras (city of mango trees) due to the vast number of those trees found in the city. Brazilians often refer to the city as Belém do Pará ("Belém of Pará") rather than just Belém, a reference to an earlier name for the city, Santa Maria de Belém do Grão Pará, and also to differentiate it from a number of other towns called Belém in Brazil. It is named after Santa Maria de Belém in Lisbon, also better known by its shortened name, Belém.
Belém is served by two airports: Val de Cães International Airport, which connects the city with the rest of Brazil and other cities in South America and Brig. Protásio de Oliveira Airport (Júlio César) Airport dedicated to general aviation.
The city is also home to the Federal University of Pará.
Some Informations about Pará State:
Pará is a state in northern Brazil. It borders the Brazilian states of (clockwise from north) Amapá, Maranhão, Tocantins, Mato Grosso, Amazonas and Roraima. To the northwest it also borders Guyana and Suriname, and to the northeast it borders the Atlantic Ocean. The capital and largest city is Belém, the 11th most populous city in the country.
Pará is the most populous state of the northern region with a population of over 7.5 million, being the ninth most populous state in Brazil. It is the second largest state of Brazil in area, with 1,2 million km², second only to Amazonas. Its most famous icons are the Amazon River and the Amazon Rainforest. Pará produces rubber (extracted from natural rubber tree groves), tropical hardwoods such as mahogany, and minerals such as iron ore and bauxite.
Every October, Belém receives tens of thousands of tourists for the year's most important religious celebration, the procession of the Círio de Nazaré. Another important attraction of the capital is the Marajó-style ceramics, based on pottery from the extinct Marajó indigenous culture, whose designs have gained considerable international fame.