Watch, in detail, as two new nodes join the network as each enters the communication radius of the active nodes..
This model is derived from a large body of MANET theory, but it owes the most to the innovations of Ozaki, Kirn and Suda. A few changes were made to support finer MAC control.
There is a reserved window in which hubs can respond, but not terminal nodes. This cuts down on traffic at the most contentious phase of the operation.
Hubs are informed which of their downstream nodes are terminal nodes and which are hubs. (They do not know the identity nor number of grandchild nodes). This allows the production of better Response Schedules - as is seen in the routing demonstration..