Godspupil When in station mode, my internet connection keeps disconnecting, then retries and connects, then disconnects again and most of my imaging session is plagued by internet connections.
In Station Mode, the ASIAIR needs to maintain connection with your router.
This means that the router needs to see a clean RF signal from the ASIAIR and the ASIAIR needs to see a clean RF signal from the router. The latter is actually the usual failure mechanism of the ASIAIR, even though most people seem to think that it is the former.
Any interference, for example WiFi signals from your neighbor (or even microwave ovens and cordless telephones) could interfere with the RF connection between the router and the ASIAIR.
One potential interference comes from the RFI from USB (i.e., the USB signals at the ASIAIR are interfering with what the ASIAIR is trying to receive over WiFi, since the cable is closer to the ASIAIR WiFI antenna than the router is to the ASIAIR). It is essential that (1) you use good shielded USB cables to lessen this problem, and (2) that you route them well away from the antenna of the ASIAIR. Don't allow the cables to dangle within a foot or two of the ASIAIR's antenna. Throw the ribbon USB cables that you find in the boxes from ZWO; they are the worst -- just find something from Amazon that is shielded. Do not get the ones from Amazon that touts charging -- find the ones that tout shielding instead.
This works both ways, by the way -- another problem with ASIAIR is that the WiFi signal interferes with the cameras. A shielded USB cable will help too with that problem.
If you are installing a WiFi extender, place it physically in between the router and the ASIAIR.
If all else fails, simply get a long Ethernet cable and connect that between the LAN connector (RJ-45) of the ASIAIR and the LAN connector of the router. Not only will the connection be more solid, you will also get much better speeds (I get over 70 Mbytes/sec -- 560 Mbits/sec) from a second generation ASIAIR, by using direct connection. Raspbian (the OS that the ASIAIR sits on) will automatically choose that LAN connection over WiFi.
If you cannot get a wire through the wall of the house, place a WiFi extender just outside the wall of the house, as close as possible to the router, and connect the LAN cable from the ASIAIR to the LAN connector of this extender.
When you are out in the field (especially during a mass event, when there are other WiFi users close by), you can connect the ASIAIR directly to an iPad by using an Ethernet adapter (either Lightning or USB-C, depending on the iPad model) -- this will again avoid using the WiFi part of the ASIAIR. You can do that at home too, if you don't need mobility.