Dear Sir,
Could you please kindly answer the following question.
Assume there is a piconet which consists of one master and five
slaves. If master sends a polling packet to the first slave.
The three slaves each will send a DH5 packet to master in trun.
Whether the following description is right or not?
(1) The master send a Polling packet to the first slave in the 0th slot.
All slave will consume a power for listening the polling packet.
Am I right?
(2) On receiving the polling packet, the first slave sends a DH5
packet to master at the 1st slot. During this period, all other four slave will
consume power for listening the 1st slot to ensure that this
packet is a DH5 and then enter the power saving mode at
the next four slots. Am I right?
(3) In the 6th slot, master polling the second slave to send a DH5 packet
to master. All other four slaves will consume power for listening
one slot. Am I right?
(4) On receiving the polling packet, the second slave sends a DH5
packet to master at the 7th slot. During this period, all other four slave will
consume power for listening the 7th slot to ensure that this
packet is a DH5 and then enter the power saving mode at
the next four slots. Am I right?
(5) In the 12th slot, master polling the third slave to send a DH5 packet
to master. All other four slaves will consume power for listening
one slot. Am I right?
(6) On receiving the polling packet, the third slave sends a DH5
packet to master at the 13th slot. During this period, all other four slave will
consume power for listening the 13th slot to ensure that this
packet is a DH5 and then enter the power saving mode at
the next four slots. Am I right?

Would you please check whether or not the above description is right?
I will measure the power consumption of the above operation.
I am not sure that while a slave sends a DH5 (5 slots) packet to master,
all other slave only need to listen one slot to ensure the packet type
and then enters the power saving mode in the remaining slots.
Thank you for your help.
I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Best Regards,
P. Y. W.
Email: pyw@wireless.mcs.au.edu.tw;fm901257@email.au.edu.tw