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Problem Addressed

Conventional neural stimulation methods have difficulty stimulating deep tissues without co-activating non-targeted tissue or superficial tissue. They are also limited to the areas beneath the electrodes, and they cannot steer the neural stimulation to varying target areas without changing the electrode configuration. This temporal interference (TI) method allows for the noninvasive neural stimulation of tissue at depth, without activating overlying structures. Additionally, this method supports steerability, making for even more spatial control while minimizing the co-activation of untargeted areas.