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Using linprog function in MATLAB

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How to find the minimum/maximum bounds for h(m) using linprog function in MATLAB ? I have shown the hand calculations. Kindly guide me how to
proceed :


delta_p <= Summation(h(m).T(w)) – Hd(w) <= delta_p
In passband, Hd(w)=1 ; delta_p=0.05

1 - 0.05 <= Summation(h(m).T(w)) <= 1 + 0.05

For the first coefficient, m=0, sweeping w from 0 to pi, in steps of pi/1000 ,
taking T(w)= 2cos(M-m 0.5), M=5,

0.475 <= h(0). cos(5-0-0.5) <= 0.525

Step_size_w = passband_cutoff/1000 ; w varies from 0 to passband_cutoff, in steps of Step_size_w
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For, the 1000 step values of w, I got 1000 bound pairs for h(0).

Kindly advise how to solve linprog function in MATLAB, to get the bounds for h(m).
 

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