[Simnibs-discuss] TACS Simulate with desired frequency in SimNIBS

Kristoffer Madsen kristofferm at drcmr.dk
Mon Sep 20 13:12:15 CEST 2021

In simNIBS we don't model TACS per se, but for typical low frequencies that
are relevant for stimulation (and even up to several kHz) we are in the
quasi stationary regime where you simply scale the field with the input
waveform. Typically we would not believe that high frequencies above 500 Hz
lead to stimulation effects unless combined with another closeby frequency
to create temporal interference stimulation which is a separate issue
governed by the non-linear effects of the envelope, so I am afraid I cannot
advise on simulation with high frequencies in general.

On Mon, 20 Sept 2021 at 09:05, SIKANDER KHAN <sikander.khan at s.unikl.edu.my>

> Dear Team,
> Kindly guide me about TACS Simulation (Frequency > 1 KHz, Voltage setting
> and Current),
> Waiting anxiously for your reply.
> *Sikander Khan*
> *PhD(IT),*
> *5248-0221-001*
> sikander.khan at s.unikl.edu.my
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