The exact radio frequency that your wireless router uses to broadcast your network’s wireless signal is listed in your router’s Web Administration page. You can access the page through any browser on your computer or applicable wireless device, such as a tablet. Depending on your router model, the device may broadcast a Wi-Fi signal in the 2.4-GHz frequency band, the 5-GHz frequency band or either if it is capable of dual band broadcasting.

Step 1

Launch a Web browser, then enter the address of your router's Administration page in to the address bar. An example of a wireless router's address is: 192.168.1.1. Refer to your router's user guide for the device's address.

Step 2

Enter the router's login information in the username and password boxes to open the Administration page. Refer to your router's user guide for the exact username and password to access the Administration page.

Step 3

Click the "Wireless" or "Wireless Settings" tab -- depending on your router's manufacturer -- to display the Wireless or Wireless Settings information. Some routers may require extra steps to view the Wireless information. For example, on a Linksys router, select the "Manual" radio button after clicking "Wireless." Your router's user manual and the support section of your router manufacturer's website has the exact steps to view the wireless settings.

Step 4

Scroll down the list of settings until you get to the "Channel" or "Wireless Channel" entry. The "Channel" or "Wireless Channel" drop-down box displays the router's current Wi-Fi frequency.