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Offline humaxf1

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Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
« Reply #60 on: September 27, 2018, 13:49:15 PM »
Our country cousins seem to be making progress with equipment installs

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

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Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
« Reply #61 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.

Scanners GRE PSR-255, GRE PSR-282, Uniden UBC72XLT, Uniden UBC3500XLT

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Re: NATIONAL FIRE AND AMBULANCE FREQUENCY LIST
« Reply #62 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?
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Scanners GRE PSR-255, GRE PSR-282, Uniden UBC72XLT, Uniden UBC3500XLT