Hi, After much experimentation, I finally managed to set up a wireless link between my house and my friend's apartment. Equipment on my side: Ubiquiti Bullet 2 CPE device connected to a 24dbi 2.4ghz grid antenna mounted on my roof In between: 225 meters total distance between the 2 antennas. Around 2 or 3 thick trees. They are too high to get line of site. Friend's flat: Arc FreeStation 2.4Ghz 15dbi Panel CPE device I have managed to establish a link at around -65 dBm and have CCQ at 70-100%. The problem is that the speeds I am getting are terrible. Max speed goes to 3Mbps. This speed is crazy slow for file transfers. What factors could I look for that could be causing the bad rate? I know my antenna has been sitting around for a while - could it be a fault with the antenna? Could it be something to do with the Ubiquiti device? Please advise the best way forward to improve this connection speed.