The Search for MH370

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MH370 – A New Hope

MH370 – A New Hope

Petter Hörnfeldt has published a MH370 documentary titled “MH370 – A New Hope” on his YouTube Channel called Mentour Pilot. Petter describes his documentary as a “A NEW Trace! Explaining the MH370 Enigma”. The documentary can be viewed here  The documentary...
WSPR Aircraft Tracking

WSPR Aircraft Tracking

WSPRnet radio signals can reliably detect and track aircraft over long distances to the other side of the globe. Anomalies in the WSPRnet data, in either the received signal level, or received frequency, or frequency drift indicate a possible disturbance by an...
MH370 Search Area (Updated)

MH370 Search Area (Updated)

Here is a map showing the WSPR search area, the UWA drift analysis crash location area and the OI area previously searched. The WSPR search area is partly covered  by the UWA drift analysis crash location area. The WSPR search area was not covered  by the OI area...
WSPR as Radar

WSPR as Radar

It is a well established fact that radio waves can detect aircraft over short distances. Since the demonstration by Robert Watson-Watt and Arnold Wilkins in 1935 detecting a Handley Page Heyford aircraft by using radio signals from BBC Daventry, radar systems are now...
WSPR as OTHR

WSPR as OTHR

WSPR uses High Frequency (HF) ionospheric propagation to send signals around the world. Typical frequencies are in the range 3 MHz to 28 MHz. Transmission power levels are up to 5 W continuous and the duration of the transmission is 110.6 seconds. The US military (Air...
MH370 Case Study

MH370 Case Study

MH370 is one of the greatest aviation mysteries of all time. Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 was operated by a Boeing 777 aircraft with the registration 9M-MRO. The aircraft departed Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia on 8th March 2014 just after midnight at...