# How do we figure out the frequency? - Audio Technica ATW-R14 DIVERSITY RECEIVER (57R) ATWR1457R Microphone

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Hi,

The only way to figure the transmitting frequenty is by using a frequenty counter. For the receiver it's more difficult.
You will need a sweeposcillator which can sweep to 1GHz with a digital read-out.

Good luck,
Gerard Jansen

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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