goTenna's Aspen Grove™ Mesh Networking Protocols Outperform Current Industry Standards for Long-Range Decentralized Communications in Experimental Evaluation

BROOKLYN, N.Y., June 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Researchers at goTenna, Inc. and the University of Delaware released today a research paper demonstrating the success of the Aspen Grove™ mesh networking protocols in a series of experimental evaluations. The protocol stack outperformed commonly used mesh networking protocols including well-known standards, delivering more short-burst data with less device battery consumption overall.

goTenna's Aspen Grove™ mesh protocol stack uses a novel zero-control-packet approach to increase data transmission efficiency in decentralized, off-grid environments where cellular networks, WiFi, and satellite systems are impractical. Already in use by military, public safety, and disaster relief professionals, the Aspen Grove™ stack is typically integrated with low-power, low-cost goTenna hardware devices, but has the potential to be integrated into any device. 

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