In this video I show how to use the custom tag feature to rename the preprogrammed 60-meter band memory channels, so they read the actual SSB frequency. I also show a trick I use to provide a carrier for my auto-tuner to lock onto when it seeks a proper match for operation on 60 meters. And, finally, I show how the ZIN (Zero In) function can inhibit transmit on the 60-meter band, if the station you are receiving is slightly off frequency.
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