Anybody already have more experiences to share with us?
In the fight against interferences I am looking at new configs for my AP-client networks.
One of the actions we do is reducing the bandwidth of the channel to 10Mhz, or even 5Mhz.
But the downside is the lower throughputs. So I am looking at the higher throughputs of triple chain links for backhauls that are bothered by near channel interferences. If I could run a 10Mhz (or 5Mhz) triple chain link with high signal level (-40/-45) I could obtain high MCS rates and therefore still reasonable throughputs.
Same links in 20 or 40Mhz setup might have higher theoretical throughputs but the signals are lower, therefore the stable achievable MCS rates are lower and they are still more prone to interferences so in the end the quality of link degrade so much we have to scale down the MCS rates and drop back a lot in throughput.
Any ideas or remarks?