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Thread: Thoughts on RS485 collision detection
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By every node monitoring what's going on, they keep a map of active node #s
Every once-in-a-while, when a station has the token, if there's a gap between his node# and his sucessor
he does a "solicit-for-sucessor" to one of the non-active ones.  That way new node #s get picked up.

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