Communications firm

Harris's

(HRS)

broadcast communications division said Tuesday that

Radio One

(ROIA)

exclusively purchased Harris transmitters for its third round of high-definition radio conversions.

Radio One will install Harris transmitters at17 FM and one AM stations through the end of the year. Harris also will supply a DAX transmitter with its Dexstar exciter for the AM installation, and will deliver FlexStar products to three existing HD Radio installations to initiate multicasting, the Melbourne, Fla.-based company said.

A total of 35 Radio One stations will be on the air with Harris transmitters by the end of 2006.

The shares of the company were trading at $43.72, up 32 cents Tuesday.

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