The Search for MH370

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When Do Whispers Shout

When Do Whispers Shout

New MH370 breakthrough tracking technology passes another validation test.  I have used an MH370 search aircraft from the Royal New Zealand Air Force on March 28th, 2014 to help validate this new technology called GDTAAA (Global Detection and Tracking of Aircraft...
On the Search for MH370 and WSPR technology

On the Search for MH370 and WSPR technology

A new paper on the search for MH370 and WSPR technology based on the public quotes from Brian AndersonEd AndersonJohn ChambersMike EichhornMike ExnerGeorge GatehouseRichard GodfreyFrank HolzäpfelVictor IannelloAri Joki et al.Arto LehtolainenJianbing Li et al.Jean Luc...
MH370 Final Major Turn(s)

MH370 Final Major Turn(s)

In a previous paper entitled “Using the WSPRnet and Inmarsat Satellite data in the search for MH370” published on 14th April 2021, I showed how the weak signal propagation report network (WSPRnet) and the Inmarsat satellite data can be used in conjunction with...
Guest Paper by CAPTIO

Guest Paper by CAPTIO

In addition to their existing other work, CAPTIO have studied a thousand Inmarsat compatible straight line trajectories crossing ARC2 from latitude 5.8°N down to 3.35°S. A straight line trajectory ( i.e. constant speed, great circle from Arc2 crossing point) minimises...
WSPRnet and Inmarsat Satellite data

WSPRnet and Inmarsat Satellite data

The Weak Signal Propagation Report (WSPR) is based on a protocol invented by Joe Taylor. WSPR is a digital radio communication protocol designed for weak signal transmission. WSPR uses frequency-shift keying and forward error correction to reliably send data tens of...
Guest Post by Dr. Robert Westphal

Guest Post by Dr. Robert Westphal

Dr. Robert Westphal (aka @RobW) gave a presentation entitled “Geocaching in the Ionosphere” at the international amateur radio scientific workshop HamSCI 2021 held on 19th – 20th March 2021 and hosted by the University of Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA....
Guest Paper by Mike Eichhorn

Guest Paper by Mike Eichhorn

Mike Eichhorn publishes his latest paper on the MH370 floating debris analysis. This paper presents the results of a Two-Way Particle-Tracking Model (PTM) to detect possible crash sites of MH370. Mike emphasises the defined leeway coefficient has a strong influence on...
MH370 New Credible Evidence (Updated)

MH370 New Credible Evidence (Updated)

Geoffrey Thomas of www.airlineratings.com has written a guest article on new credible evidence defining where to search for MH370. Although this area has been partly searched before, the underwater terrain is very challenging. At the 7th Anniversary of the...
Guest Paper by Bill Tracy

Guest Paper by Bill Tracy

Bill Tracy has written a paper entitled “New Interpretations of the Pilot’s Home Flight Sim”. In recent months, the ATSB has given analysts some guidance on the undisclosed portion of the MH370 pilot’s flight simulator cases. The new information leads Bill...
MH370 Debris Drift Analysis (Updated)

MH370 Debris Drift Analysis (Updated)

(Updated 12th January 2021) Floating debris from the crashed flight MH370 has been found and reported to the authorities in 22 locations throughout the Southern Indian Ocean (SIO). A total of 33 items drifted to these locations from the crash site, over a 3 year...
Evidence of Absence?

Evidence of Absence?

The MH370 Flight Path analysis is dependent on the Inmarsat satellite data. The positive data has been used time and again to “prove” various flight paths, but what about the negative data. The Inmarsat Satellite System uses 4 satellites covering the globe, Atlantic...