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Hi Slackjack,

Here's a good website about using a computer's wi-fi to detect frequencies. It shows some programs u can use.
http://www.informit.com/guides/content.asp?g=security&seqNum=175&rl=1

U can also use Wi-Spy, but its a USB card that cost about $99.  It shows the signal strength for all Wi-Fi networks as well as Bluetooth, 2.4 GHz cordless phones, microwaves, Zigbee, and all other 2.4 GHz transmitters. I'm not sure about any that can receives signals in the MHZ and KHZ. Search it on google. Sorry

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