New to the forum but would greatly appreciate some help. I have some Force 110s 5GHz set up with some 90 degree sectors appx 65 ft off of the ground. Ran the spectrum analysis to determine what frequencies had the least noise. Set the North and South (front and back sectors) sectors as channelsA and East and West as channel B (front and back sectors) accordingly on lowest noise frequencies as determined by the spectrum analyzer and set the channel bandwidth to 20Mhz. . Drove around some with a 10 ft pole just to random locations to see how good of a signal we could get using a Force 200 set and having everything set to Auto. Being 60 yards away ( i could see the sector antennas and throw a baseball and hit them) I was only getting signals around -70 to -80 dBm. This surprised the heck out of me. I was expecting to get low -40s. to -50s I then set the APs with the sectors to auto and didn't get any better. I had set up PTP links before no problem. To eleminate any doubt, I set up a Force 180 on the same tower and did the same test driving aorund. Actually from the same spot (where I could hit the sectors with a baseball), I was getting a -36dBm signal! proceeded to drive around further and was at one point able to get a link -73dBm from about 1.4 miles away from on top of house roof ( worth nothing that I could stand up on that same roof and just barely see over the tree line) In between there were some trees and Electrical powerlines. Any ideas why I couldn't get a link to the sectors or at least a better signal?