i'll respond in this thread, i opsed earlier
firmware version is 2.6.1 to AP and to SM
Mikrotik is :
pppoe server a ccr 32
ptp is width netmetal and btest result is 90/80mbit so is good
to the bts there's a switch 1100ahx2, so more powerfull.
CPU problem there isn't cause not goes over 30% during the test to the SM
are you able to test each hop of the link indiviually?
if you pulled that test from 100 meg port, and the backhaul has the capcity for you to hit 95 mbps, I'd expect to see that every single hit. hitting 80 meg would be a red flag to me, unless thats the end f the BH bandwidth as you would expect it to be.
if you can test just the cambium radio pair, and you get the results you expect, bring the switch back into the equation and test again, continue doing that until you've worked your way back to your current head end, you'll likely run into the drop along the way but it may not be at fault of any device, it could simply be congestion that needs cleared out or handled different in a different device. also check for pause frames in the switches, if you don't have flow control on, test with it. it can help a lot in mix rate environments and busy links.
an example, we had a customer we installed 4 AF24s complaining they where only getting 250 meg from one of the links and there camera feeds kept cutting out all over the campus, but the capacity was showing 760s, when i got chance to look at it, a old UBNT device neggd 10mbps in the switch and was trying to carry camera traffic jamming up the switch, rebooting the busted M series radio fixed the bottle neck in the AF24.
from what you've posted about the cambium link, it looks clean and you should see more in the 80mbps range.