1) WEZF 92.9 in Burlington.. 100kw. ERP off the top of Mansfield ! You can hear this signal down to Concord NH..
Actually 46kW ERP, equivelant to 100kW C.
2) WVPS 107.9 in Burlington, almost 100kw. off the top of Mansfield..
48.8kW, also a 100kW Equiv. signal.
3) WPKQ 103.7 Conway NH 100kw ERP (though directional) off the top of Washington
21.5kW, hard directional 100kW Equiv. signal.
5) WTOS-FM 105.1 Skowhegan 100kw ERP off the top of Sugarloaf USA.
57kW,. another 100kW Equiv. signal.
6) WZRT 97.1 50kw. ERP off the top of Killington.. (Better than JJR's signal, even though they share the same antenna)
Theoretically their coverage is exactly the same, however there are much more 98.3's and 97.9's around causing noise with 98.1, than there are 96.9s and 97.3's to WZRT. Also 1.15kW ERP.
7) WEQX 102.7 50kw ERP off the top of Mt, Equinox..
1.25kW ERP. (Amazing eh? 759 meters AAT)
To get quickly technical here, ERP is the measure of Effective Radiated Power, the actual power off of the transmitting antenna. Which, as you know, gets reduced if you go above the FCC minimum height mark.
It is interesting to note that before 92.9 in Saugertees, NY , WEZF was a regular catch in the Berkshires. I remember being able to hear it in Pittsfield. Now 92.9 is that little class A jobber in NY.