Do you have a Wi-Fi laptop (or AP) with software that can do a wireless site survey?
You may have a lot of nearby devices running on the same channels as you're trying to operate on. Many people leave their AP's on the default channels, and you can get a lot of congestion on those channels, depending on how close your neighbors are. Changing the channel on your AP can make a big difference.
Some of the better site survey software will do signal to noise, RSSI, and other quality indicators. Those can help determine if you have other noise sources around. Look for poor S/N or low RSSI values, even if the "bars" are high.
Relocating the AP may also help, if you have lots of metal or concrete around it.
Hope that helps!
Yeah ive actually installed a few tools in addition to the ones that come with the wireless ap's.
*They have a built in site-survey feature which i initially used to check the different channels and how full they were
*Android app on table to basically do the same (Wifi Analyzer)
I will investigate the results more, maybe there is something im missing.
FYI - These are the devices im using http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00EVBTHRG/ref=oh_details_o05_s00_i01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Thanks for the tips