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First, sensitivity to spectrum arises due to the resonant electromagnetic modes sustained on the antenna surface and the resonant nature of the antenna-detector interface The latter is designed to ensure optimal power transfer and impedance matching, that is typically guaranteed within a narrow range of frequencies. Broadband detection without frequency selectivity can be achieved in optical domain with photoconductive substrates 7 , but the reception patterns are static and image acquisition requires bulky and complex optical assemblies, including femtosecond lasers.

In addition to frequency selectivity, sensitivity to the other field properties namely angle of incidence and polarization also arises out of the antenna structure and the boundary conditions. Since a single-port antenna-detector system is reciprocal, its reception properties can be understood from its transmission properties. When excited, the antenna surface sustains a 2D THz current distribution, that determines all its electromagnetic properties, including its frequency response, beam pattern, and polarization.

Traditional methods of reconfigurability that focus on the system by partitioning into its functional elements such as the antenna, the coupling network and the detectors are limited in their ability to efficiently achieve the desired parameters particularly at THz frequencies. Typically, such architectures focus on one aspect of reconfigurability against the incident field.

While prototypical method of partitioning the design space and applying intuition-based approaches allow us to create a step-by-step design methodology, it also limits the space of possible architectures due to the complex interactions of several inter-dependent variables and properties. This is particularly true at THz frequencies where the individual device performance and variability itself is limited.

Since the electromagnetic properties of the THz interface is dependent on the THz surface current distribution it supports, the key concept in this work is to directly program the 2D distribution under THz field incidence. This is achieved with active devices placed at subwavelength scales that can simultaneously program and absorb the incident fields at the sites of reconfiguration. The boundary conditions at each detector site is reconfigurable independently.

This changes the local fields, reprograms the impressed current over the surface and redistributes the power distribution across the detector array. Through the complex interactions of the multiport distributed detector array, the 2D amplitude and phase distribution on the surface is changed. By independently programming the distributed detector array, a large set of THz sensor reception properties can be engineered. The goal of the reconfigurable THz sensor design is to map a subset of these large configuration states against optimal reception across frequency, pattern, and polarization.

The incident power is absorbed in a distributed fashion at the sites of reconfiguration. Each site is reconfigurable with a coded capacitor bank that locally changes the boundary condition to redistribute the surface current distribution. Each detector is realized with field-effect-transistors that rectifies the local THz field to produce a signal proportional to the local flux.

Each detection site is programmable with a switched capacitor bank and a 4-bit thermometer code. With 16 detectors distributed over the surface, this results in possible reconfigurations of the surface. The locations of the 16 detectors are shown in Fig. Multiport matching is taken into consideration to enable optimal power absorption into the distributed detector array The collective outputs of the detectors that represent the total power absorbed by the sensing surface can be read in a time-multiplexed fashion.

The figure shows the distribution of amplitude and phase of the impressed surface current under incidence a 0. Functionally, this is similar to a beam-scanning operation of phased arrays.

Here, it is realized with a continuous aperture and subwavelength reconfiguration allowing pattern shaping and frequency agility simultaneously Full size image Mapping of reconfigurable properties to digital states A log-periodic tooth antenna is used as the sensing surface see Fig. By moving from a single-port-single-detector system to distributed system, we address three of these reconfigurable properties simultaneously.

First, the multiport approach allows us to overcome the bandwidth limitations of the classical 2-port, i. By exploiting mutual interactions of the detectors through the scattering surface, optimal impedances can be synthesized over an order of magnitude higher spectral range.

This allows us to increase the Bode-Fano bandwidth limit by a factor of N, where N is the number of detection sites 56 , 57 compared with the classical 2-port case.

Intuitively, the antenna surface that accepts the incident field and distributes it across the detector sites simultaneously performs the function of the impedance matching across the distributed detector array. In addition to spectral reconfigurability, since the port reconfiguration and power absorption happens at the same place, it allows the surface current to be programmed to shape the reception beam and polarization.

The design goal is to translate these digital states to optimal reception against these incident field properties.

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We will discuss the methods of optimization of the detector settings later in the paper, but the figure illustrates the effect of subwavelength reconfiguration to THz reception properties. In this setup, the chip is abutted by a silicon lens to suppress the substrate modes.

However, to avoid beam narrowing and reducing the reconfiguration range of the patterns in a hyper-hemispherical lens, we use a hemispherical lens with only 0. The simulated reception beams in Fig. The sensor responsivity indicates the collective rectified response at the output of the detector array distributed over the surface of the electromagnetic structure. This is first electromagnetically simulated with incident field impinging on the distributed antenna loaded with multiport detector array to extract the voltage local electric field at each of the detector ports.

Enumerating this allows us to calculate the rectified output response of the detector array with nonlinear circuit simulations. Therefore, the simulation takes into account the entire chain from THz incidence to rectification, including losses in the electromagnetic path, the collective multiport impedance mismatches as well as the detector sensor response at THz frequencies. This is similar to a phased array operation, but realized with a continuous aperture and multiport subwavelength programming.

This can allow simultaneous reconfigurability against frequency and angles of incidence. The figure also shows the mapping of x, y position to location of the detectors on the antenna. The figure demonstrates that the reprogramming the surface for optimal reception at 0.

Through reprogramming the surface, the sensor achieves up to 12 times enhancement is reception at 0. The state reconfiguration can be extended to even polarization as shown in a 16 times increase in reception for the orthogonal polarization with optimized detector settings. The mapping of detector settings to the space of incident field properties is non-convex. The structure is simulated in a 3D electromagnetic simulation tool with incident field to calculate its S-parameter and the open circuit voltages.

The absorbed power into the individual ports is then calculated by loading the ports with the impedances of the detectors and the capacitor banks. Therefore, optimal programming of the THz surface amounts to searching for a diagonal matrix, ZL in a discrete space to maximize Prec.

Prior works on electromagnetic optimization in such non-convex and discrete space have utilized genetic algorithm 58 , particle swarm optimization 59 , and alternating direction method of multipliers ADMM Here, we combine gradient decent optimization method with a random search algorithm in the dimensional space formed by the 16 reconfigurable detectors.

The discreteness of the space is generated from the digital states of the detectors. Here, optimization is allowed to start with multiple random initial conditions and gradient descent is utilized to obtain the locally optimized solution.

In each such iteration, we maximize the total sensor responsivity that is collective response of all the sensors. The process is repeated with a random initial sensor settings to randomize the effect of initial settings. To further understand the transformation of the THz sensor properties as the surface is reconfigured, Fig.

As shown in Fig. For the same setting, the sensor responsivity toward a broadside incidence at 0. The switch settings are color coded and the sizes of the markers qualitatively represent the magnitude of local absorption of the incident power. To demonstrate the transformation of the reception properties as the detectors are optimized for reception at 0. As the surface is programmed, the power distribution and the beam shape at both the frequencies change.

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The shaping of the beam continues through out the process till it assumes a broadside pattern of 0. In this case, the reception of the 0. However, such surface reconfiguration can also be done to assume a frequency selective character that aims to enhance reception at one frequency and minimize that at another frequency.

Such a tunable frequency reception across 0. In comparison, in pulse-based broadband imaging, the incident signal is spread over the spectrum and can lead to lower SNR.

The shaping of the reception patterns to tilt the beam to a different angle is shown in Fig. In a manner similar to the previous case, the local field manipulation reprograms the surface current and the spatial distribution of the incident power, and tilts the reception pattern to allow sensitivity alignment to a different angle, similar to a phased array operation. The beam patterns at both the frequencies can be seen to be transformed at the sensor is reprogrammed to shape its 0.

We choose the surface as a log-periodic tooth antenna to allow the spectrally distributed resonance over the surface. We follow a heuristic based design methodology to choose the number and location of the detector array.

This is illustrated in Fig. The figure demonstrates that more than one solution set can exist to achieve a similar frequency range of operation.

The optimal reconfigurable sensor response of the chip follows the peak of these individual frequency response curves Full size image The effect of location of the detector array on the frequency reconfigurability is shown in Fig.

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We discretize the surface of the radiator into 84 locations at deep subwavelength spacings. We then analyze the effect of the THz sensor response across frequency, angle of incidence and polarization as we choose a subset of 16 locations from them. The effect of the location distribution is represented in Fig. For each location set, the performance against frequency is analyzed through optimization of the detector settings.

While the effect of the locations on the frequency response is clearly seen, there are multiple location positions that allow similar range of frequency reconfigurability as expected. We choose a location set that allow collectively higher gain and therefore responsivity across all the three properties, as show in Fig. The skin microvasculature, associated with the coronary circulation [ 11 ] and risk of CHD [ 12 ], presents an accessible, relevant microvascular bed for examination.

Our limited understanding of the mechanisms underlying the vascular responses to GLP-1 analogues is complicated by the diverse models used and complexity of the potential incretin-influenced vascular pathways. Other proposed mediators in humans include KATP channels [ 20 ] and endothelin-1 pathways [ 15 ]. Thus, further research is needed to fully elucidate the effect of GLP-1 analogues on the microvasculature in diabetes to aid our understanding of their potential clinical role in protecting the microcirculation.

Primary aims of this study were to 1 examine the direct, local effect of the GLP-1 analogues, exenatide and liraglutide, on microvascular function; and 2 assess whether the microvascular effects of exenatide and liraglutide differ in lean and obese individuals and in individuals with type 2 diabetes. A further aim was to explore whether the microvascular response to liraglutide is associated with clinical characteristics, which may help to identify which individuals show the greatest microvascular benefit.

Methods All studies followed the principles of the Declaration of Helsinki. Written, informed consent was obtained from all participants. Microvascular assessments were performed the morning following an overnight fast in a temperature-controlled laboratory with the participant in a relaxed, supine position within the National Institute of Health Research NIHR Exeter Clinical Research Facility.

Methods The study had a randomised, controlled, double-blind study design. Participant characterisation and biochemical assessment methods Participant characterisation: Body composition assessments included height, weight and waist-to-hip ratio. Waist circumference was measured end of expiration midway between the costal margin and iliac crest. Hip circumference was measured at the widest horizontal circumference. All measurements were repeated three times and the mean value taken. LDL was calculated using the Friedewald formula.

Insulin samples were analysed using the Roche E chemiluminescent immunoassay Roche Diagnostics.

Microvascular assessment Participants with diabetes abstained from medication on the study morning. Fasting blood samples were taken upon arrival. Microinjection protocol The GLP-1 analogues one-tenth of the lowest treatment dose, exenatide [0. Exenatide was diluted with saline to obtain 0. A black adhesive collar was attached to the volar aspect of the forearm to delineate the region of interest ROI 1.

The skin perfusion response is reported as the stabilised response mean perfusion 7. The stabilised response examines the response to the substance of interest following the resolution of the injection trauma perfusion response.

Intraparticipant CV for the stabilised response was 9. This protocol doses and assessment time was informed by preliminary experiments. Blood glucose was regularly monitored throughout the study. The exclusion criteria were the same as for the lean group in study 1. No participants took part in both study 1 and study 2. Study design The study had a randomised, controlled, double-blind study design.

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Participant characterisation, biochemical assessments and study conditions were as for study 1. Three further sites were treated with 1 saline 0. The order of test sites was blinded and randomised as above.

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Microinjection, data acquisition and analysis were performed as described for study 1.Here, optimization is allowed to start with multiple random initial conditions and gradient descent is utilized to obtain the locally optimized solution.

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