GoTenna Mesh

GoTenna Mesh

  • Send text and GPS without cell or wifi
  • Works with any smartphone
  • Up to 4 mile range
  • Great for communicating with groups
  • Affordable
  • Size = 5.0″ x 1.2″ x 0.5″
  • Weight = 1.7 oz.
  • Pro’s
    • Light and compact
    • Customizable communication network
    • Perfect for large sporting events
    • Keeps your group in contact when cell service is questionable
  • Con’s
    • Limited coverage area
    • Limits to secure emergency services

Meet the sleek, lightweight device that pairs with your smartphone, and keeps your group connected when venturing off grid. Download the goTenna app, pair to your phone via Bluetooth, and start communicating with other users at point-to-point ranges of typically up to 4 miles without cell service or wifi. Plus: download free offline maps, share your location, and hop messages via other users to extend range.

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goTenna Mesh | Two Off-Grid SMS & GPS Devices that pair with any phone | Chat, Send Texts & Location Information Without Cell Service or Wi-Fi | 24-Hour Battery | Works with Android & iOS | Blue/Green
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goTenna Mesh | Two Off-Grid SMS & GPS Devices that pair with any phone | Chat, Send Texts & Location Information Without Cell Service or Wi-Fi | 24-Hour Battery | Works with Android & iOS | Blue/Green
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  • Smart device: Gotenna mesh pairs to your phone and enables it to privately relay texts and GPS locations between other Gotenna devices, up to 4 miles in range.
  • Independent and free: you don’t need phone service, routers, towers or satellites to use Gotenna. Power your own network, whenever and wherever you need it.
  • Secure encryption- no Central data-store so your private chats are end-to-end encrypted. Cell phone/Wi-Fi coverage is required in the initial set up and app download.
  • Chat, text and GPS: our super-smart mesh protocol powers private 1-to-1, group chats or PUBLIC emergency broadcasts to all nearby users. Plus, the free Gotenna app includes detailed offline maps for any region in the world.
  • The perfect off-grid tool: Gotenna mesh is great for hiking in areas where cell service is unreliable, avoiding costly data plans while traveling internationally, and staying connected in emergency situations when cell service is down.

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SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS FCC/IC CE
Radio Dimensions HxWxD 5 x 1.25 x 0.5 in
Weight 1.7 oz
FCC ID 2ABVK80085 n/a
IC ID 21842-GTISM01 n/a
CE n/a Approved*
Intrinsic Safety n/a
BATTERY
Battery Life (Standby) 27 Hours
Battery Life (Nominal) 24 Hours**
Battery Capacity LiPo, 589mAh, 2.18Wh
Charge Time 3 Hours
RECEIVER
Frequency 902 – 928 MHz 869.425 – 869.625 MHz
Channel Spacing 25kHz
Frequency Stability (-30°C, +60°C, +25°C Ref) 2.5ppm
Digital Sensitivity (5% BER) -106 dBm
TRANSMITTER
Frequency 902 – 928 MHz 869.425 – 869.625 MHz
Channel Spacing 25kHz
Frequency Stability (-30°C, +60°C, +25°C Ref) 2.5ppm
Digital Sensitivity (5% BER) -106 dBm
TRANSMITTER
Frequency 902 – 928 MHz 869.425 – 869.625 MHz
Channel Spacing 25kHz
Frequency Stability (-30°C, +60°C, +25°C Ref) 2.5ppm
Low Power Output 0.5 W
High Power Output 1 W
Modulation GFSK
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Temperature -20 to 60 C
Storage Temperature -30 to 60 C
ADDITIONAL
Antenna 0 dBi gain, Linear, Inverted-F
Mesh Networking protocol Aspen GroveTM
Hop limit 6***
Payload size 235 Bytes Max
Bluetooth BLE 5.0 & BLE 4.0+
USB port Micro USB 2.0

 

GoTenna Mesh

2.8

World Wide Coverage

1.5/5

2-Way Messaging

5.0/5

Navigation

0.0/5

Tracking & Sharing

3.0/5

Initial Cost & Subscription Plan

4.5/5

Pros

  • Compact & Lightweight
  • Customization
  • Inexpensive
  • Great at Large Events
  • Helpful When Traveling

Cons

  • Limited Coverage Area
  • Limits to Emergency Services

8 thoughts on “GoTenna Mesh”

  1. This is super wonderful, these qualities are just too good to be all in one device. Most times when you see so much qualities in devices like this they are either very heavy or very expensive and knowing this device is affordable would make anyone jump to get it. A device that goes well without WiFi is one worth having. I’ll just inform others about such wonderful device. Thanks for sharing

    Reply
    • Hi Dane. Thank you for stopping by and sharing. The Go Tenna Mesh is a great product but please keep in mind that it is best when used at places like festivals, concerts and sporting events to keep people connected. It is not the best for hikers, backpackers and explorers who want to go farther off the beaten path and still have reliable coverage.

      Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts.

      Rick

      Reply
  2. Nice, this go tenna looks like a real go to for connecting hikers or explorers together. It’s awesome that one can get connected together and also easily connect it to a smart phone by simply downloading a simple application. It’s really cool and it’s the first time I’m seeing this. The battery life for 24 hours is very good too.

    Reply
    • It is a great device for keeping people connected when there is no cell service but it isn’t best for hikers or explorers. You have a limited distance you can communicate with others and the emergency service features are not as reliable. Explorers would want to consider something more like the Garmin inReach Explorer or Mini or the SPOT X or SPOT Gen3. There are several other you can find in my article “Which Locator Beacon is Right for Me?” at:

      https://hikingemergencybeacon.com/which-hiking-emergency-beacon-is-right-for-me/

      The Go Tenna Mesh is better used at large events such as festivals, concerts and sporting events.

      Let me know if you have any further questions. I would love to help you find the right satellite messenger.

      Rick

      Reply
  3. I like the fact that it can work in with any smartphone and the fact that it connects and send messages without smartphones too. That makes it totally independent depending on usage. I would like to know how best one can explore this devise and if it is usable at camping grounds too in places where the network connection isn’t great. Thanks

    Reply
    • You can learn more about Go Tenna Mesh at my Emergency Radio Reviews:

      https://hikingemergencybeacon.com/emergency-radio-reviews/

      and you can go to Go Tenna Mesh’s website for more information.

      https://gotennamesh.com/products/mesh

      The Go Tenna Mesh would work great at campgrounds with no cell phone coverage because it works off the satellites and when synced with your phone, it allows you to have coverage that you wouldn’t normally have.

      The Go Tenna Mesh is great for things like campground, concerts, festivals and sporting events.

      I hope this helps. Please leave me additional comments if you think of more.

      Rick

      Reply
  4. Thanks for making my search easy and interesting. This go Tenna mesh is a complete package .Therefore all my hiking equipments are complete and I am good to go. The fact that this works with any smartphone and can be connected without stress is encouraging with its 4 mile range. This is  really great and I can’t wait to have it. It is also wired to enhance great communicating with groups. This means I can communicate with my friends as we hike. Thanks for this great recommendation and review.

    Reply
    • You are so welcome. This would be a great device for keeping in contact with a group of friends while hiking. This is primarily what it was built to do. It has a lot of great options and services and is light (1.7 ounces) and compact, plus it has that cool factor. It’s so light that you probably wouldn’t even know its there.

      Thanks for your thoughts on the Go Tenna Mesh. Let me know if you have any other questions and what you think of it after hitting the trail with your friends.

      Rick

      Reply

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