Can someone help SPECTRUM SHARING codes between RADAR and communication system?

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MASTER WHOS
MASTER WHOS on 11 Feb 2019
Answered: tan on 2 May 2020
Hello @all;
>> I am using MATLAB R2016b, In brief: I am using the MATLAB while learning (so not much experience). I am doing a "SPECTRUM SHARING" project for my FY studies.
>>In my matlab R2016b, I searched for a matlab source/sample codes for this topic, and in my search-- a book was pointed having the sample codes, I read the book AND TRIED TO RUN THE CODES but they didnt work. The first error was fminsearchbnd, of which I asked here and told the file is not built in the matlab, so I followed the guide to download and make a path for the matlab to find it. But again there are errors which I need help. Including QSP, QSP_complex, QSP_complex2_case2. not defined, with some other errors in the fminsearchbnd function I downloaded etc
Note: The codes and the reults of the search (book name) are attached....
A HELP I AM REQUESTING:
1- NEED TO KNOW: Is this version of MATLAB R2016b old?(that can not handle such a case as for now)??
2- If this version (MATLAB R2016b) is absolutely not a problem. Can anyone help the progam work? [AIM IS TO HAVE A STARTING POINT so that I can make modifications inline to my inputs/design] #I feel like easy at least to know where to feed my inputs
3- OTHERWISE, If someone have SPECTRUM SHARING MATLAB codes WHICH ARE WORKING (similar or even differrent from this) can you kindly share with me? [ie. if no2 is not possible to help due to any reason including ©rights]
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MASTER WHOS
MASTER WHOS on 12 Feb 2019
Ok, noted.
Then, If in anyway you happen to find it recently, kindly share..
Thank you.

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MASTER WHOS
MASTER WHOS on 12 Feb 2019
Thanks for your corespondence.
I am still practicing..
But it will be helpful if: someone having SPECTRUM SHARING CODES could share it, if willing to help...

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