Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott feels very confident that the signal detected in the flight search MH370 comes from the black box that powers the battery is reduced because more than one month to live after the plane disappeared .
Abbott spoke on his visit to the People’s Republic of China (PRC ) where two-thirds of the 239 people who were on the jet Malaysia Airlines are citizens , said he would give a more complete explanation of the investigation PRC President Xi Jinping on in the afternoon .
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Four signals associated with the plane’s black box has been detected by the Australian ship Ocean Shield which uses equipment owned by the U.S. Navy ( U.S. ) , with the first two signals are analyzed matched with aircraft flight recorders .
" We have narrowed the search area and we are sure the signal coming from the black box . ‘s Already severely restricted because we now have a set of detection , some for quite a long period of time " Abbott said in Shanghai on Friday ( 11/4 )
Search Boeing 777 that disappeared on March 8, on the way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing , led Australia continues to be accelerated as much as possible to get the signal to determine the exact location of the aircraft before diving equipment lowered to find the signal .
" We sure know the position of the black box flight recorder to within a few kilometers . , But confidence in the estimate of the position of the black box is not the same as collecting debris from the ocean depths nearly 4.5 kilometers , or finally determines all that happens on the plane , " said Abbott .
He also provides support to the relatives of the 153 passengers with Chinese citizens say sorry with them .
" I guarantee that Australia will not stop until we find him , " said Abbott .
Abbott ‘s comments come amid Board Joint Coordination Center ( JACC ) in Perth said the early analysis has determined that the five signals were detected on Thursday afternoon by a reconnaissance aircraft P - 3C Orion seems to be unrelated to the plane’s black box .
"The signal may not be related to the plane’s black box . Analysis further continues, " JACC chief Angus Houston said .
Orion aircraft flying close to the area where the two signals are detected at the end of last week and two more were detected on Tuesday by the Australian ship Ocean Shield .
This ship is interesting pinger locator belongs to the U.S. Navy to listen to a black box signals .
" Today’s Ocean Shield continues to focus combing with pinger locator drawn to try and find a further signal that may be associated with the plane’s black box . It is important to gather as much information as possible to the battery while the underwater locator beacon may still be active , " said Houston who added that the decision to use submarine sonar devices could be several days away .
Although Abbott was optimistic , Houston remained cautious .
" On the information I have has been no major breakthrough in the search MH370 , " he explained .
JACC search area on Friday said it has been reduced to two zones with a total area of 46 713 square kilometers . With the core of the search now reached 2,312 kilometers ( 1,436 miles) West Perth .
Weather forecast on Friday ( 11/4 ) in the search zone is a south wind of 10-15 knots with isolated area sweeping , undulating sea between 1-1.5 meters ( 3-5 feet ) and visibility of about five kilometers during sweeping .
According to JACC until now no floating debris from the plane was found despite large multinational operations performed in air and sea .
Houston has stressed the need to find the wreckage in order to be absolutely sure the fate of the aircraft and had been repeatedly warned that they should too inflating expectations for the sake of the victims’ families , who have nightmares for a month .
JACC said Friday the search involved 12 military aircraft , civil aircraft and three ships 13 .
The agency said the time required should not be long before artificial autonomous underwater vehicle called Bluefin U.S. - 21 will be deployed to investigate . But JACC warned that the equipment will operate at the threshold of its ability given the very deep sea conditions .