It’s the world’s biggest aviation mystery but experts hope a technological advancement may help them finally uncover the missing Malaysian Airlines flight.
New technology could finally solve the mystery of the missing MH370 flight, sparking hopes a new search could start again.
The Weak Signal Propagation Reporter (WSPR) could now be used to accurately calculate the final location of the Malaysian Airlines passenger plane before it disappeared over the Indian Ocean, The Sun reports.
Extensive trials of new technology tracking historical data of radio signals bumping off planes have led experts to believe it could hone in on a more specific underwater search area for teams to comb.
The tests were fuelled by the use of the forgotten WSPR system, set up in 2009, which records every interaction between planes in the sky and signals sent from the ground.
The encoded information from each signal is stored in a database every two minutes…