So here is my problem:
I have two RB911 boards connected to 2.4 GHz itelite antennas. My signal strength is around -33/-32 dBm between the two antennas (~0.5 km apart) plus a 90+% CCQ RX/TX, so there is a very good signal. I am using RouterOS 6.4, nv2, 20 MHz wide channels, with Adaptive noise Immunity on AP and Client mode on both radios (seemed to help for a bit), and have both radios added in the connect/access lists. With the set-up we currently have, I am losing an unacceptable amount of ping to the client PTP radio. I have tried about 4 different frequencies right now and am starting to run out of options. The CONNECTION RELIABILITY is HIGHEST priority, with BANDWIDTH being the LOWEST.
I was considering trying to connect using either 10 MHz or 5 MHz wide channels, as I have exhausted (from my POV, this is where you guys come in to play!) almost all other known possibilities. Is there anything else someone could suggest trying or something I have looked over in the wiki or forum that addresses the best way to communicate PTP in a noisy, 2.4GHz environment?
P.S. I understand that 2.4 is saturated in most places, and I knew this going in. I have confidence that there is a good, reliable solution Mikrotik has given that this is a common issue.
Thank you in advance,
- Big Tim