Our repeaters, located in Perkasie, Pennsylvania, are available on the following frequencies and bands:
W3AI – 2 Meters – 145.310 (-), PL 131.8
W3AI – 440 – 444.750 (+), PL 103.5

Mailing Address

RF Hill Amateur Radio Club – W3AI
PO Box 336
Perkasie, Pennsylvania 18944-0336

President’s Message

My name is Jeff Lapin and I have been a club member since early 2016 and a ham from April of the same year. I came across the club at a local event and was fascinated with what I saw and heard. Robert Garland, NS3X was the club president at the time and invited me to the next meeting… the rest is history, i fell hard for the hobby.

i am lucky enough to have not one, but 4 or 5 “Elmers” in the club. They have answered a multitude of my questions leading me to my general ticket. the club is small but full of great people, who are very knowledgeable and always willing to lend a hand and share incites into this great hobby.

i am the current president and happy to be so. If you are reading this I am guessing you are either a ham already or a curious onlooker interested in getting involved. Please let me take this opportunity to invite you to one of our meetings or to contact the club.

73
Jeff
kc3hhk

The Radio Amateur is

CONSIDERATE… He never knowingly operates in such a way as to lessen the
pleasure of others.

LOYAL… He offers loyalty, encouragement and support to other amateurs, local
clubs, the IARU Radio Society in his country, through which Amateur Radio in his
country is represented nationally and internationally.

PROGRESSIVE… He keeps his station up to date. It is well-built and efficient. His
operating practice is above reproach.

FRIENDLY… He operates slowly and patiently when requested; offers friendly
advice and counsel to the beginner; kind assistance, cooperation and consideration
for the interests of others. These are the marks of the amateur spirit.

BALANCED… Radio is a hobby, never interfering with duties owed to family, job,
school or community.

PATRIOTIC… His station and skills are always ready for service to country and
community.

– adapted from the original Amateur’s Code, written by Paul M. Segal, W9EEA, in 1928