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Title: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Razor on February 10, 2007, 21:25:09 PM
THIS IS A CURRENT NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST :



Channels      

Channel Number   Rx Freq   Tx Freq

      

LouthFire 1    84.5625   74.3375

LouthFire+1    84.3625   74.1375

LouthFire 3   84.525   74.3

MeathFire      84.5   74.275

DublinFire 3   84.4375   74.2125

DublinFire 9   84.525   74.3

CavanFire   84.35   74.125

MN- Fire   84.55   74.325

Ne-Amb       84.7   74.475

WW- Amb       84.725   74.5

Kill-Amb       84.625   74.4

Met-Amb 4    84.825   74.6

Met-Amb 5   84.675   74.45

M.H.B Nth      84.65   74.425

M.H.B Sth      84.775   74.55

SEHB-WD        84.75   74.525

SEHB-WX        84.65   74.425

SEHB-TIPP      84.8   74.575

SHB CORK       84.7   74.475

SHB-KY         84.775   74.55

N.W.H.B        84.8   74.575

M.W.H.B        84.575   74.35

WHB-GY         84.6125   74.3875

WHB-MO         84.7375   74.5125

WHB-RN         84.6375   74.4125

AMB-REG        84.825   74.6

AMB-ERC        84.6   74.735

Cr-moyle       84.675   74.45

Tr-gleragh   84.7375   74.5125

Dooncarton    84.6   74.735

Minaun    84.6375   74.4125

Abbey-GY    84.7   74.475

Tonabrocky    84.675   74.45

Cashlaun   84.6375   74.4125

Cregg   84.7375   74.5125

Abbey-RM   84.825   74.6

Sheegorey   84.675   74.45

Sl-Bawn   84.6375   74.4125

Amb-AVL   84.6125   74.3875

Amb-Nat    84.6   74.375

Amb-Bike   74.375   74.375

KillAmb Rev   74.4   84.625

Metamb Rev   74.6   84.825

NeAmb Rev   74.475   84.7

RedCross 0   84.8625   74.6375

RedCross 1   74.6375   74.6375

Nat-Fire   84.275   74.05

DFBProcom   84.35   74.125

Bray Fire      84.425   74.2

WicklowFire    84.35   74.125

KildareFire    84.4   74.175

KilkennyFire   84.45   74.225

CarlowFire     84.375   74.15

LaoisFire      84.55   74.325

OffalyFire     84.475   74.25

WexfordFire   84.525   74.3

WD--Fire   84.35   74.125

Channels      

Channel Name   Rx Freq   Tx Freq

      

TippFire-1   84.3   74.075

TippFire-2   84.5   74.275

WH--Fire   84.4   74.175

LimerickFire   84.325   74.1

KerryFire   84.275   74.05

ClareFire   84.4   74.175

Reg Transit   84.475   74.25

DublinFire1   84.5375   74.3125

DublinFire2   84.4125   74.1875

DublinFire9   84.525   74.3

TransitFire   84.4375   74.2125

Windgates   84.425   74.2

Mt.Leinster   84.425   74.2

Forth Mt   84.4875   74.2625

Mt.Nugent   84.5125   74.2875

Rossmore   84.4   74.175

Dunmurry   84.4625   74.2375

Wolftrap   84.4875   74.2625

Brennans H   84.375   74.15

Mt.Frewn   84.4   74.175

Cairn Hill   84.45   74.225

Sl.Glah   84.3875   74.1625

Mohercrom   84.5125   74.2875

Kilkit   84.35   74.125

Mt.Oriel   84.3625   74.1375

Clarmont   84.4   74.175

W-Reg-Fire   84.525   74.3

DLReg-Fire   84.5   74.275

Tr-gleragh   84.3375   74.1125

Cr-moyle   84.4875   74.2625

Dooncarton   84.375   74.15

Minaun   84.425   74.2

Abbey   84.4625   74.2375

Derrybrien   84.3875   74.1625

Tonabrocky   84.3875   74.2

Cregg   84.4   74.175

Sheegorey   84.425   74.2

Sl.Bawn   84.375   74.15

Cairn Hill   84.375   74.15

Rathlee   84.45   74.225

Truskmore   84.4   74.175

Barnsmore   84.3375   74.1125

Malmusog   84.3625   74.1375

Arranmore   84.4625   74.2375

Mongorry   84.45   74.225

Holywell   84.4125   74.1875

Crockaulin   84.3375   74.1125

MustTransit   84.5   74.275

Mt.Gabail   84.3375   74.1125

Mylane   84.3875   74.1625

Nagles   84.425   74.2

Youghal   84.45   74.225

Mullagh   84.4625   74.2375

CorkFire-1   84.525   74.3

CorkFire-2   84.275   74.05

CorkFire-3   84.35   74.125

KinsaleFire   74.3375   84.5625
Title:
Post by: manna452121 on April 03, 2007, 17:14:51 PM
Limerick Fire has changed to 84.565

Limerick county 84.450

Clare Fire 84.550
Title: Re: NATIONWIDE CHANNELS
Post by: fairhaven on April 03, 2010, 19:35:08 PM
Galway Fire     84.425
Galway Amb    84.825/74.600
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on August 20, 2012, 21:06:53 PM
Apologies, can someone tell me what the DFBProcom frequency is for?

Thanks
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: pressbutton on June 24, 2013, 11:42:01 AM
What are the Hand portable frequency lists does anyone know are they still

UHF  Chan 1 462.250
UHF  Chan 2 462.450
UHF  Chan 3 462.750

regards
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: KerryMan on June 29, 2013, 21:24:48 PM
Channel 4 on the handhelds is the repeater - most commonly used channel - 456.650MHz
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: vanmie on July 03, 2013, 09:40:34 AM
So, I wanted to program all frequencies into my scanner for the car, as I do a lot of travelling throughout the country.
and don't want to miss anything of course !  ;)

But all the above is over 114 combinations, which is 228 channels to program... a bit much.
If you sort them, and delete the duplicates, then this is the list:

84.27500   74.05000
84.30000   74.07500
84.32500   74.10000
84.33750   74.11250
84.35000   74.12500
84.36250   74.13750
84.37500   74.15000
84.38750   74.16250
84.40000   74.17500
84.41250   74.18750
84.42500   74.20000
84.43750   74.21250
84.45000   74.22500
84.46250   74.23750
84.47500   74.25000
84.48750   74.26250
84.50000   74.27500
84.51250   74.28750
84.52500   74.30000
84.53750   74.31250
84.55000   74.32500
84.56250   74.33750
84.57500   74.35000
84.60000   74.73500
84.61250   74.38750
84.62500   74.40000
84.63750   74.41250
84.65000   74.42500
84.67500   74.45000
84.70000   74.47500
84.72500   74.50000
84.73750   74.51250
84.75000   74.52500
84.77500   74.55000
84.80000   74.57500
84.82500   74.60000
84.86250   74.63750
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: 5566 on July 03, 2013, 22:11:52 PM
A 25khz semi-duplex list.... I wonder how many pairs are actually active?
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: vanmie on July 04, 2013, 11:36:30 AM
A 25khz semi-duplex list.... I wonder how many pairs are actually active?

good question, I was wondering that myself

also... some have a 12.5KHz spacing, and now I am wondering if there are other duplex frequencies in use, not listed here

and more... some of the frequencies which are listed on this list, I have as Civil Defence frequencies... anyone who like to comment on that ?

finally... on some of the frequencies listed, I can hear music playing (received at home in Macroom)

... hmmm... lots to sort out on this list
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Radionut on July 04, 2013, 19:53:45 PM
I have the following;
84.650  Wexford Ambulance
84.700 Cork Ambulance
84.750 Waterford
84.800 Clonmel Ambulance

Some of these may have change over to tetra, I can still hear 84.750 with some distortion on voice.
Fire Fighters Handbook
http://www.environ.ie/en/Publications/Community/FireandEmergencyServices/FileDownLoad,2138,en.pdf
UHF frequencies on page 95

Blues and Twos
http://blues-twos.com/

JJ  ;)
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: vanmie on July 04, 2013, 20:15:51 PM
UHF frequencies on page 95

Thanks!!!

also thanks for the other link, interesting site; I must take some time to browse through that!
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: 5566 on July 04, 2013, 20:46:30 PM
finally... on some of the frequencies listed, I can hear music playing (received at home in Macroom)

I noted something similar in Galway. According to my notes 84.662.5 was spotted with a music on as if someone left PTT depressed to rebroadcast some music. I was listening to it for a good while hoping to hear something what could give any clues what is this but the transmission suddenly ceased and didn't hear anything on this frequency anymore.
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: mountain-man on July 05, 2013, 01:48:28 AM
Cork Ambulance on 84.700 is silent due to switching over to Tetra. It may still be used for talking to Red Cross.
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Carlow listening on July 07, 2013, 22:12:54 PM
I have the following;
84.650  Wexford Ambulance
84.700 Cork Ambulance
84.750 Waterford
84.800 Clonmel Ambulance

Some of these may have change over to tetra, I can still hear 84.750 with some distortion on voice.
Fire Fighters Handbook
http://www.environ.ie/en/Publications/Community/FireandEmergencyServices/FileDownLoad,2138,en.pdf
UHF frequencies on page 95

Blues and Twos
http://blues-twos.com/

JJ  ;)

The Channels have changed since this document was written but new channels are available in the "national Incident Command Book" it can be downloaded from environ.ie also. I think when some of the channels changed a few of the frequencies changed also.

http://www.environ.ie/en/Publications/Community/FireandEmergencyServices/FileDownLoad,2099,en.pdf
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: laugong on October 27, 2013, 21:04:07 PM
I was in london week before last. Looking out the window i spotted a couple of ambulances on the street below.  Nothing on top but single tetra stub antennas.  Makes our ambulances look like hedgehogs..
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: freecb on October 30, 2013, 00:12:31 AM
Makes our ambulances look like hedgehogs..

too true alot of them end up going to the wrong place nowadays :-[
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Lunar 1 on December 29, 2013, 14:27:51 PM
Mobile on 467.875.. anyone have the base?
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: onmia on December 29, 2013, 23:45:26 PM
Location ?
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Lunar 1 on December 30, 2013, 13:28:25 PM
Opps Sorry..
Meath/Kildare border..
I hear Mullingar Hospital mentioned a lot and Portarlington.
Obviously a repeater I'm recieving.
I'm thinking base should be in the 84MHz range...
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: onmia on December 30, 2013, 18:01:00 PM
im not sure where its located myself I get it pretty strong in Dublin , I think it maybe a site to site link.
looking back to some old stuff I have , I have it tagged as METAM.
I have always wondered how the NAS system worked .
if you look at any of the ambulances they have a fine selection of antenna , from multiple low band vhf, uhf, GPS and now tetra.  ::)
Id say there was an in-depth training course just to say hello. ;D
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Lunar 1 on December 30, 2013, 19:17:20 PM
Absolutely  ;D
I think each mobile has (had :-\) a repeater in the vehicle.
The mobiles in Drogheda (NEHB) used 74.475MHz, and Base (Navan Control) used 84.7MHz..the thing was, unless you were within 3-4 miles of the mobile you wouldn't recieve it.. So how was Navan Control recieving it?
The mobile also came through on 467.050MHz, Mount Oriel repeater in Collon village Co. Louth but this was a constant carrier, which is still open I think, but no voice. Only mobiles and Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital D'heda heard on this Freq, not Control..
So it would be Control to Mobile 84.7, Mobile to Control 74.475 if Ambo near your location otherwise 467.050.
Then Control on 84.7 would contact Hosp. with casualty details and reply from Hosp. would be recieved on 467.050.
In reality it has to be simpler than this..
BTW, I think the midband VHF antenna (around 165 -170 MHZ) antenna is for their tracking/mapping for Base Control to see where they are.
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: ei2gfb on December 30, 2013, 22:00:31 PM
The UHF frequency was the link from repeater to repeater i think, correct me if im wrong but i believe the traffic was received low band to the high sites and relayed on uhf to control
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Lunar 1 on December 30, 2013, 23:21:30 PM
So Mobile on 74.475MHz TX to Repeater on Mount Oriel, then repeater TX from that site to Control Base on 467.050...
Then Control Base on 84.7MHz TX to Repeater on Mount Oriel and mobile recieves on...?  :-\
Can we get a Sigma Wireless guy on here..?  ::)
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: onmia on December 31, 2013, 00:52:34 AM
Can open, worms everywhere  ;D
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Lunar 1 on December 31, 2013, 09:39:36 AM
Wriggly Little Barstels  ;D
Anyone know if  they'll keep the analogue on standby or bin it?
467.050Mhz still open here but no traffic heard.
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: onmia on December 31, 2013, 14:20:45 PM
Here is a list of the UHF frequencies that I have received in Dublin for the Nas and Fire service.

DFB
84.2750        D.F.B.
74.0500   D.F.B. Mobile
84.3500     DFB-PRO COM
84.4125     D.F.B. Ch 2
74.1875   D.F.B. Mobile 2
84.4375     D.F.B. Ch 3
74.2125   D.F.B. Mobile 3
84.5250     D.F.B. Ch 9
74.3000   D.F.B. Mobile 9
84.5375     D.F.B. Ch 1
74.3125   D.F.B. Mobile 1
462.2500   DFB-H/H Ch 1
462.4500   DFB-H/H Ch 2
462.4750   DFB-H/H Ch 3
462.1500   DFB-H/H Ch 4 RX 456.6500   DFB-H/H Ch 4 TX
460.4750   DFB-H/H Ch 5
466.5750   DFB-H/H Ch 6
466.5000   DFB-H/H Ch 7
466.5250   DFB-H/H Ch 8
452.5250   DFB-H/H Ch 9
466.5500   DFB-H/H Ch 10

Fire Service
454.5750   Control to Cw, Cn, Ww, Oy, Kk, Ke, Lh, Ls.
457.4750   Ww Fire

Nas
429.8750   
429.9500   
440.4000   
440.4500   
440.4750   
456.9500   
467.0250   Hse Nass
467.0500   Mount Oriel repeater
467.0625   Hse Dublin
467.1000   
467.3000   
467.5375   Carrier / voice
467.7250   
467.8500   
467.8625   
467.8750   Metam

Feel free to add to the list or confirm activity 

Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: ei2gfb on December 31, 2013, 18:59:33 PM
the uhf frequency is the link from one high site to another for example the repeater for ambulance in monaghan was in ballybay there is no way a signal from the then control centre in navan would reach there, so it would have been relayed from the nearest high site to the control in navan, the mobile the same say its on call in north monaghan it would tx on 74.475 to repeater in ballybay monaghan which would then tx on 467mhz to say mt oriel repeater then it would retransmit to control centre, control would then most likely tx on the twinned uhf frequency which off hand i think is 10.5mhz lower, so that would be 457.375 to mt oriel, mt oriel would retransmit on 467 to monaghan repeater and output on 84.700 which the local ambulance would receive hope that makes sense  ???
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Lunar 1 on December 31, 2013, 21:50:56 PM
Goodstuff Lads..
So who's still on analogue at this time..? seems like everyone except DFB gone to Sh1tsville that is TETRA.
HAPPY NEW YEAR to All.. :D
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: onmia on December 31, 2013, 23:42:23 PM
the uhf frequency is the link from one high site to another for example the repeater for ambulance in monaghan was in ballybay there is no way a signal from the then control centre in navan would reach there, so it would have been relayed from the nearest high site to the control in navan, the mobile the same say its on call in north monaghan it would tx on 74.475 to repeater in ballybay monaghan which would then tx on 467mhz to say mt oriel repeater then it would retransmit to control centre, control would then most likely tx on the twinned uhf frequency which off hand i think is 10.5mhz lower, so that would be 457.375 to mt oriel, mt oriel would retransmit on 467 to monaghan repeater and output on 84.700 which the local ambulance would receive hope that makes sense  ???
The off set for that range is +/- 6.5Mhz
UHF:
Base..................... Mobile
450-452 MHz...... + 14 MHz
453 MHz............. 6.5 MHz
454-455 MHz...... + 14 MHz
456-459 MHz...... + 5.5 MHz
460-461 MHz...... + 6.5 MHz

VHF:
Base .....................Mobile
163-164Mhz..... - 4.5Mhz
165-168 MHz..... 4.8 MHz

Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: ei2gfb on January 02, 2014, 17:09:25 PM
cheers for the offsets couldnt remember since i havent had the need in ages as there is nothing to listen to now :-\
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: modernbreaker on January 12, 2014, 01:03:07 AM
Anyone have any UHF Fire repeater freqs for Munster.
Currently receive 2 counties on 84mhz.
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: laugong on August 05, 2017, 16:54:40 PM
Channel 4 on the handhelds is the repeater - most commonly used channel - 456.650MHz

Hi- dispatches simultaneously on this frequency and 84.525 in dublin
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on January 17, 2018, 10:27:34 AM
456.650MHz is DFB vehicle cross-band repeater
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: onmia on January 17, 2018, 17:45:38 PM
These sound like links from control in Tara St  to the low band VHF system
454.5750   
457.4750   

Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on January 18, 2018, 00:29:10 AM
Those two freqs. cover Leinster counties fire service.


Pg. 68 start of comms. section
Pg. 70 for call-signs heard on 454.575 & 457.475
Pg. 95 for frequencies

http://kilkennycoco.ie/resources/firefightershandbook.pdf



Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Hill Walker on July 25, 2018, 16:12:23 PM
Just a note if anyone still active here: picked up activity on this frequency Midlands today. First time I heard human voice on it since 2014.

M.W.H.B        84.575   74.35
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on July 30, 2018, 14:04:35 PM
Interesting...

A friend of mine lives in Kinnegad area, do you reckon he will receive it?  He has a Uniden handheld with a rubber duck and I gave him a coax dipole to extend the range a bit.

Thx
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Hill Walker on July 30, 2018, 15:11:43 PM
Interesting...

A friend of mine lives in Kinnegad area, do you reckon he will receive it?  He has a Uniden handheld with a rubber duck and I gave him a coax dipole to extend the range a bit.

Thx

Would be an ideal place to receive it I'd say. Unfortunately nothing on it at the moment, it wasn't emergency usage but a named HSE staff member to another. Not sure how or why, whether some of the old radios are hanging on and were used unofficially. Seemly a once-off.

Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: snail on August 02, 2018, 10:07:56 AM
Would anybody know if Camp west has changed over to tetra ? I have not heard a peep out of Limerick City, Limerick County, Clare or Tipperary North fire for a few days now. I have picked up a number of short (1-2 seconds) bursts of static  but no tones or voice comms. 
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Hill Walker on August 09, 2018, 19:39:36 PM
Can't say for certain. Still getting Camp East but there seems to be changes, major reduction in signal in the past week to almost non-existent reception. Could be re-configuring something?
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Hill Walker on August 31, 2018, 18:20:30 PM
Just to follow up the last post: the end is nigh.

https://www.tetraireland.ie/case-studies/irish-fire-service-migration-to-tetra-gathers-pace
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: snail on September 02, 2018, 11:41:13 AM
Unfortunately then end is already here for me    :(

Quote
The first control centre to come online was the MRCC, which is currently serving the Munster counties. Tipperary, Clare and Limerick are live
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on September 05, 2018, 14:08:45 PM
Hi Snail,

So zero analog action?
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: snail on September 06, 2018, 10:07:15 AM
Nothing from control, every so often I hear something like somebody keying a mike but no voice comms or tones.
 had some handheld portable stuff last week but that was just while they were at a fire scene that was close to me.
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on September 20, 2018, 15:32:42 PM
Listening to 84.4375 and they're using the county call sign designation for Donnybrook ambulance

DN11 D1

Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: onmia on September 20, 2018, 22:01:09 PM
DN11D1
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on September 21, 2018, 09:26:22 AM
Well spotted.

I'm guessing this is preparation for Tetra?
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: onmia on September 21, 2018, 18:25:58 PM
I'd Say so , heard also today DN11R1.
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on September 21, 2018, 21:58:31 PM
Heard R1 today also...

Those call-signs are a right mouthful.
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: onmia on September 21, 2018, 22:09:10 PM
Mention of DN 11A1 earlier , the controller mentioned to an SO that No.1 Station was the only station using the new call signs at the moment.
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on September 21, 2018, 22:24:24 PM
Interesting...but odd at the same time.

Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on September 24, 2018, 16:37:29 PM
Nr 8 station (Rathfarnham) now on the new call-signs
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: onmia on September 24, 2018, 21:06:54 PM
Swords station have changed as well.
DN22 A1 Heard This Evening.

Donnybrook DN11
Dolphins Barn DN12
Phibsboro DN13
North Strand DN14
Finglas DN15
Kilbarrack DN16
Tallaght DN17
Rathfarnham DN18
Blanchardstown DN19
Tara St. DN21
Swords DN22
Skerries DN23
Balbriggan DN24
Training Centre DN26
Dun Laoghaire DN27

Appliance Call Signs
Appliance Type             Letter  Call Sign
Water Tender*                 A     A1, A2.....
Emergency Tender           B     B1,.....
Control Unit                    C     C1,...
Ambulance                     D     D1,D2...
Hydraulic Platform          E      E1,E2....
Turntable Ladder            F      F1,F2...
Chemical Incident Unit   G      G1,...
Foam Tender                 H      H1,..
Landrover, 4wd              J      J1, J2, ...
Water Tanker                 K     K1,K2...
Personnel Carrier           L      L1,..
Mobile Workshop           M     M1,..
Pod Mover                    N      N1, ...

Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on September 24, 2018, 21:26:44 PM
Not doubting your list but I received today (an official) list of station callsigns

Dun Laoghaire DN22

Balbriggan DN23
Skerries DN24
Swords DN25
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: onmia on September 24, 2018, 21:29:30 PM
 :D ill amend Or can you post yours ?
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on September 24, 2018, 22:15:31 PM
I’ll post here tomorrow
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Hill Walker on September 25, 2018, 22:49:04 PM
Listening to 84.4375 and they're using the county call sign designation for Donnybrook ambulance

DN11 D1

As noted above, all new signs are on Fire Ireland website. It's a right mess for Control to use the new callsigns for certain stations and not others! None of the lads in the brigade have heard a date for TETRA coming on stream yet, but there was talk a few months ago.
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on September 26, 2018, 18:02:17 PM
Latest I've heard in first quarter of 2019, most likely a phased introduction   :( :( :(
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on September 26, 2018, 18:21:45 PM
New Callsigns

DN11  Donnybrook
DN12  Dolphins Barn
DN13  Phibsborough
DN14  North Strand
DN15  Finglas
DN16  Kilbarrack
DN17  Tallaght
DN18  Rathfarnham
DN19  Blanchardstown

DN21  Tara St
DN22  Dun Laoghaire
DN23  Balbriggan  (Retained)
DN24  Skerries  (Retained)
DN25  Swords

*************************************

A1, A2... Water Tender  (A5 Tunnel Response)
B1, B2... Emergency Tender
C1, C2... Incident Command Unit
D1, D2... Ambulance
D8, D9... EMTA1 - EMTA2
E1, E2... Hydraulic Platform
F1, F2... TTL

<G>

H1, H2... Environmental / Foam unit

<I J>

K1, K2... WTT

L1... Van / personnel

<M>

N1, N2... Prime / POD mover

O1, O2... River Rescue * Boat 1 - Boat 2

Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Hill Walker on September 27, 2018, 12:24:39 PM
Latest I've heard in first quarter of 2019, most likely a phased introduction   :( :( :(
Spot on, that's what TETRA Ireland are saying. But as mentioned, the guy I spoke to wasn't aware of any roll out plans as yet but there has been extensive talk about it and the cost of it from what he's heard.

Edit: I've no doubt that its going to happen, possibly within the time frame. Consider the UK has had this since the early 2000s, we've got more than a decade than we should have!  ;) We'll have to go in peace!
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on September 27, 2018, 13:49:15 PM
Our country cousins seem to be making progress with equipment installs

http://ctri.ie/tetra-platform/
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Hill Walker on September 29, 2018, 21:50:27 PM
Our country cousins seem to be making progress with equipment installs

http://ctri.ie/tetra-platform/

Nice find. Info on this thread from snail would indicate that some of those counties are live/partially live as planned. The red handsets pictured look like they could be fireground Ex rated which would be bad news for UHF listeners.

However, if you look at AOR scanners and SDR technology is advancing to the stage of being able to receive unencrypted TMO and DMO and I suspect the Irish won't initially finance for upgrading to TEA encryption. Just a hunch.

Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Hill Walker on October 06, 2018, 19:01:39 PM
Would anyone know why when hearing to the control on the repeater 454.5750, you don't hear the mobiles on either their county base frequency when near that county's station or talk-through on the UHF? 

Used to hear both on the county frequency but they appear to come through on the UHF repeater most of the time now. Has there been a change?
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Hill Walker on November 15, 2018, 17:02:52 PM
Anyone have any updates on the TETRA transition?
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: humaxf1 on November 16, 2018, 11:10:33 AM
Nothing yet.  Same auld corporate talk and how wonderful it's going to be on the ctri.ie site

DFB control went from the Dublin call signs to the national callsigns, back to Dublin call signs and are now back to national call signs.  I reckon the controllers had a pain in their face mouthing off all of them for a multi vehicle call out.
Title: Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
Post by: Hill Walker on November 16, 2018, 13:37:41 PM
For the past 2 days, I've only heard one call go out on the ERCC UHF on 454.5750mhz which used to be constantly active for Kildare, Louth and a few other counties. Anyone still receiving on this frequency or know if anything has changed on frequencies?