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Subject: WHOM the only 100 kilowatter (Full Class C)? Nope !

Actually, WQHR (one of the stations I'm PD at, is only 95Kw.  My other
class C is WBPW 96.9, and that is a full 100Kw.  WVOM is some type of C,
but utilizes a directional antenna.
There are other types of C's around Maine, but most are far below 100Kw
ERP.  (WKIT, WHMX, WHRR, etc.)

Andy Soule
Presque Isle, Maine

>There are about a dozen class C's around, mostly in Maine: (all are in
>Maine unless otherwise noted)

88.5 WHCF Bangor
90.1 WMEA Portland
92.9 WEZF Burlington, Vt.
94.9 WHOM Mt. Washington, NH
96.1 WQHR Presque Isle
96.3 WLOB Rumford
102.9 WBLM Portland
103.7 WPKQ Berlin, NH
103.9 WVOM Howland
105.1 WTOS Skowhegan
106.1 WMEM Presque Isle
106.5 WQCB Brewer
(and the one or two I inevitably missed)

While we're on the subject, anyone care to explain the difference
class C, C1, C2, and C3?

Doug Bassett
West Brattleboro, Vt.


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