goTenna Pro X 2 and end user device with ATAK
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Pro X2.

Enhanced performance. Lower profile.

The world’s smallest, lightest, most cost-effective mesh networking device for tactical operations. Used as a standalone relay or paired with a mobile phone, the goTenna Pro X2 network delivers mission-critical situational awareness.
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Long-range

Tested at over 100 miles, point-to-point while using an aerial relay.

Discreet

Proven to be difficult to detect.

ATAK Compatible

Directly share location, messages, and more with the goTenna-ATAK plugin.

Long-lasting

9 hours per charge for standard missions.

Secure

AES 256-bit encryption with goTenna-ATAK plugin.

Lightweight

Significantly lighter than standard radio options at 100g.

Rapidly Deployable

100% off-grid setup for teams in minutes.

Advanced Power Management

Options for solar relays, device tethering, and more.

Configurable Antennas

Compact, performance, and fixed antenna options.

Scalable

Tested at more than 60 nodes per network.

Lightweight

Significantly lighter than standard radio options at 100g.

Rapidly Deployable

100% off-grid setup for teams in minutes.

Advanced Power Management

Options for solar relays, device tethering, and more.

Configurable Antennas

Compact, performance, and fixed antenna options.

Scalable

Tested at more than 60 nodes per network.

We improve connectivity for some of the most competitive programs in the U.S. Government. Trusted by these partners, and many more.

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"For a less expensive, light-weight and low-bandwidth solution, your team can establish a robust and encrypted mesh network with a few goTenna devices."

— Christopher Rance, Senior Sniper Instructor, 1st Battalion, 29th Infantry Regiment, U.S. Army

"Facets of the job that used to feel desperate and spread out are now on a single interface with a single set of UI elements."

— Greg Albrecht, First Responder

Built for integration.Integrate into your team’s existing communications load.

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  • ATAK provides leading situational awareness and field operation management tools to U.S. civilian government agencies, international military forces, and other professional teams. The goTenna-TAK plugin enables users to connect the goTenna Pro X2 to TAK on Android devices, allowing users to exchange messages, positions, and more when off-grid.

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  • goTenna Pro X2 devices pair with our native iOS/Android app for enhanced situational awareness in off-grid environments. Easy-to-use mapping and secure messaging available to use off grid.

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  • The goTenna Pro X2 can fully integrate with custom applications using goTenna’s developer toolkit to facilitate data sharing while offline.

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Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between goTenna Pro X and goTenna Pro X2?

  • The new compact antenna was introduced to enhance body-mounted performance and usability. 
  • Improved power management features enable continuous operation with solar battery systems and charge management when directly tethered to smartphones.
  • New Aspen Grove 1.2 networking protocols with significant performance improvements. Learn more here.
  • Enhanced range performance for both Bluetooth and between goTenna Pro X2 devices.


Will goTenna Pro X and goTenna Pro X2 work on the same network?

Yes. goTenna Pro X devices may be upgraded to Aspen Grove 1.2 firmware free of charge.

Will the goTenna Pro X2 work with the goKit and goKit 2?

Yes, the goTenna Pro X2 is fully compatible with the goKit 2. The goTenna Pro X2 will charge in the legacy goKit, however some legacy goKits may not support bulk firmware updates when used with goTenna Pro X2. To upgrade to the goKit 2 click here.


Does the Pro X2 require different software?

No. 

Is there a difference in battery performance between goTenna Pro X and goTenna Pro X2?

The goTenna Pro X2 shares the same battery as the goTenna Pro X.  However, with Aspen Grove 1.2 protocols, users on both radios should see an improvement in battery life compared to AG 1.1 protocols.

Which antennas are included with the goTenna Pro X2?

The goTenna Pro X2 features an SMA connector to facilitate use with various goTenna and third party antennas for portable, mobile, and fixed applications. Included with each Pro X2 are two UHF antennas:


  • Compact: The 2.5” whip antenna is ideal for body-mounted operation.

  • Performance: The 5.5” whip antenna offers broader band coverage for UHF.

It does not come with a VHF antenna. For other antenna inquiries, please reach out to prosupport@gotenna.com to speak with a representative or contact us using the form below. 


Can I still use a VHF antenna with the goTenna Pro X2?

We have found that UHF provides the best performance for portable, body-mounted use cases. For this reason, we have included both a compact and a performance UHF antenna with each goTenna Pro X2. While the goTenna Pro X2 also operates on VHF frequencies, we recommend this band primarily for mobile vehicular and fixed installations. For more information, please reach out to our customer support team for further guidance.

What is the range for goTenna Pro X2?

It depends on the terrain and elevation. The higher you place a goTenna Pro X2 in terms of elevation, the wider your bubble of coverage. One of our recent tests had a range of 126 miles, point-to-point using an aerial relay.




  • 15 miles line-of-sight with standard, body-mounted configuration.

  • 55 miles line-of-sight with an elevated ground relay.

  • Over 100 miles using an aerial relay.


So, goTenna Pro X2 doesn’t support voice communications?

That’s correct. goTenna’s Aspen Grove™ mesh networking protocols are designed to support short-burst data transmissions like position, location and information (PLI) updates, map markings, and text-based messaging. Our low-bandwidth networks allow us to build devices that are smaller, lighter, and more cost-effective than traditional tactical-grade mesh radios. 


Take a look at some of our recent case studies to learn how teams augment voice communications with goTenna Pro X. In many instances, more frequent and accurate location tracking through a mesh network meant teams could restrict voice radio traffic to essential mission updates. Other teams use built-in mobile keyboard functionality to record voice-to-text messages for more hands-free operations.



What are the licensing requirements to operate goTenna Pro X2?

goTenna Pro X2 is designed for professional use, and offers user-selectable frequencies in the VHF (142 - 175MHz) and UHF (445 - 480MHz) bands. These frequencies may require an FCC Part 90 license to operate in the United States. If you have questions about radio frequency licensing requirements or intend to use goTenna Pro X2 in another country, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page.


How much does a goTenna Pro X2 cost?

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