LED - You could turn the LED off so that it does not flash when sending and receiving messages. Please understand that if you have a Pro X v1 and plug it in the external power, the LED will still illuminate showing that it is charging (red) or fully charged (blue).
Listen Only Mode - Will not transmit messages of location information, therefore, it will not add traffic to a network.
Relay Mode - There are two methods to put the radio into Relay Mode. To confirm if a radio is in relay mode, quickly push the power button on the side of the radio and observe three LED flashes. If the radio only flashes once, it is in normal operation mode. NOTICE - You must tune a frequency set prior to putting a radio into relay mode. Radios in relay mode do not require a paired EUD to function. Because of this, they will not be displayed on ATAK. It is strongly recommended to drop a point on the map and broadcast its location when you emplace a relay so that it could be recovered in the future.
Plugin - Toggle the switch to turn relay mode on or off. The radio will continue to be paired to the EUD so you must unpair. Tip: After unpairing with a relay, move outside of Bluetooth range to prevent pulling the radio out of relay mode when attempting to pair with another radio. NOTICE: After pairing to another radio, the plugin will automatically put it into relay mode. You will have to go toggle the Relay Mode switch off on the second radio to share your location and communicate with the network.
Manual - After tuning the radio to the correct frequency set, push the side power button three times, and the LED will illuminate solid. Press the side power button three more times, the LED will shut off. Tap the power button to confirm that the radio is in relay mode by observing three LED flashes. To put the radio back in normal operation mode and take it out of relay mode, turn the radio off, then back on, and pair it with a EUD.
Firmware - This page will display the radio's current firmware version.
About - This page will display the ATAK, goTenna Plugin, Pro X firmware versions, battery status, and Pro X serial number.
FAQs - This page is a quick reference for Frequently Asked Questions.
Send Feedback - If you have any recommendations or issues with the plugin, please send us your feedback for future releases.
Spectrum Analyzer - This page allows you to scan the UHF or VHF band for interference in your current environment.
RSSI Scan: Receive Signal Strength Indicator
Magenta lines are data channels you are on. These are thicker because of the greater bandwidth for larger packets of data
Yellow lines are control channels. There are smaller because of the small amount of data transmitted Tip: If you believe that your network is failing to communicate, use the spectrum analyzer to determine if there is significant Radio Frequency Interference in your environment and adjust your frequency as necessary.
Location Update History - This page charts every location update event for all the nodes within your network. You could zoom in and swipe throughout the timeline and tap on chart plots to get date and time stamps for each event.
Diagnostic Logs - Inspect your diagnostic logs to understand your network activity at an advanced level. If you are having issues, please send your diagnostic logs to firstname.lastname@example.org by clicking the three dots at the top right of this page. We strongly recommend that you provide as much detail as possible when you forward your diagnostic logs to our engineers. Tip: If you want to include location information with every transmission, turn on enhanced diagnostic logs by pushing the three dots to open the menu on this page and turning diagnostic logs on.
Supported Features - This opens the popup you received after deploying online or offline which displays the ATAK Supported Features with your goTenna network. Tip: Read the supported features after every plugin update to see the latest changes.
Mission Packages on goKit - Click here to receive any mission packages you have loaded on your goKit via WiFi hotspot.
Logout vs Clear Data - If you deployed online by logging in to your portal page, you have the option to Logout. Alternatively, if you deployed offline from a goKit or QR code, you have the option to Clear Data.