I was told that after a collision, the first device that detects the collision and sends the JAM signal has somehow priority to send first after the collision.
I do not believe that this is true and tried reading the IEEE 802.3 section 1 to find the details.
But all I understand so far, is that after sending the JAM signal, the device tries again after a random time.
My theory is that after the JAM signal ends, every device that is in the collision domain waits for a random time after which each device tries to send again. So there would not be any priority.
I hope that any of you can clarify for me, if it is random who sends first after a collision or if any of the devices in the collision domain has any priority after a collision.