A stimulation strategy has been developed for a new design of the cochlear implantation system that is being created by the MIPT. A model has been constructed that gives some idea of how a person with a cochlear implant perceives sound processed using this strategy. The strategy is assessed by comparing the sound obtained using the inverse transformation to the original sound. Many individual physiological factors, such as cross-stimulation of adjacent channels and the state of individual nerve endings, are difficult to take into account. Nevertheless, intelligible speech reproduction is provided when information is transmitted by stimulating the cochlear zone using our strategy with the described assumptions.