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This letter considers two channel allocation schemes for the indoor environment: a mobile-controlled scheme representative of DECT's Dynamic Channel Selection (DCS), and basestation-controlled inhibit sense multiple access (ISMA). It is shown that the mobile-controlled scheme is subject to inferior performance in packet based voice transmission due to a higher degree of front end clipping which is introduced.doi:10.1049/el:20000921 fatcat:rvjoon5dkzamjcivh46jgcvyvi