matlab codes for extended kalman filter, Other Engineering

I would like to have simple matlab codes for measuring the changes in amplitude and frequency of pure sinusoidal signal in a disturbed environment and subsequently to show the results graphically in amplitude v/s time plot using extended kalman filter.
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