Emergency Service Digital Radio

Emergency Services Digital Radio Licence is a term that refers to a licence type issued by ComReg to allow the provision and operation of digital radio systems by the emergency services. “Emergency service” means An Garda Síochána, the Fire Brigade services, the Ambulance services, the boat and coastal rescue services (including the rescue services provided by the Air Corps), and the mountain and cave rescue services.

LicenseeSpectrum Assignment
Tetra Ireland380.2125 - 384.9875 MHz
390.2125 - 392.9875 MHz

The regulations governing the issue of Emergency Services Digital Radio licences are the: Wireless Telegraphy (Use of the band 380-400 MHz by Emergency Services) Regulations, 2008 (S.I. 324 of 2008 ).