goTenna Mesh Off-Grid Mobile Mesh Network for Various Outdoor Adventures

Using multiple goTenna Mesh units you will get an off-grid mobile mesh network without needing other routers, towers or satellites, so it’s ideal for various outdoor adventures. Like the idea? Let’s keep checking.

goTenna Mesh Off-Grid Mobile Mesh Network

The goTenna Mesh is an advanced and practical off-grid mobile mesh network unit that measures 4.2 x 1.3 x 0.9 inches and weighs 4 ounces. As we can see from the images, the unit sports a lightweight and compact form factor, and using a custom silicone strap, you can attach it onto your backpack with ease. Meanwhile, the waterproof casing ensures it withstand the damage from natural elements.

goTenna Mesh Off-Grid Mobile Mesh Network

The goTenna Mesh uses Bluetooth technology to wirelessly connect with your smartphone, and it supports iOS (9.0 or above) and Android (4.3 or above) devices. Using two or more goTenna Mesh units, you can easily create your own network anywhere in order to get up to 4mi point-to-point range between two goTenna Mesh units in open areas or up to 0.5mi, and using more units, you can extend the communication range. Using the off-grid mobile mesh network, you can send private 1-to-1 messages or start group chats, and it also supports public message broadcast. All communication data features end-to-end encryption, so you don’t worry about leaking any action plan.

goTenna Mesh Off-Grid Mobile Mesh Network

Moreover, using its custom app, the goTenna Mesh helps you locate your companions, and you can also conveniently save and share pins with other members. In addition, built-in rechargeable battery offers over 24 hours of battery life between charges.

The goTenna Mesh off-grid mobile mesh network is priced at $179 USD (with two units). If you’re interested, jump to here for its more details.

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