Objective. Transcranial temporally interfering stimulation (tTIS) is a noninvasive neuromodulation method, which has been reported to be able to affect the activity of small neuronal populations. To pinpoint smaller regions of the brain, a multi-channel tTIS strategy is proposed with larger numbers of electrodes and multiple sets of interfering fields. Approach. First, a computational model is adopted to prove the concept of multi-channel tTIS theoretically. Besides, … Show more
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