Top military embedded blogs & columns of 2017

Our most popular columns, blogs, and guest blogs on Mil-Embedded.co from 2017 were penned by guest bloggers from VITA, Per Vices Corp., Themis Computer, and by our editorial staff on subjects such as potential wars with the F-35, the Trump Administration, drone landings on moving targets, the counter-UAV market, and more.

The most-read blog from the archives is once again “Static routing vs dynamic routing on Ethernet networks” written by Ronen Isaac of Milsource.

Top 10 published in 2017:

1: Radar cross section: The measure of stealth by Ray Alderman, VITA

2: Generations of fighter aircraft and the F-35 vs F/A-18 arguments by Ray Alderman, VITA

3: Landing drones on moving targets by Sally Cole,

4: President Trump, sequestration, and the COTS market by , Military Embedded Systems

5: Open architecture and reuse initiatives make economic sense by John McHale, Military Embedded Systems

6: The emergence of software-defined radar technology by Stephanie Chaio, Per Vices Corp.

7: Aircraft carriers are just big fat targets by Ray Alderman, VITA

8: Counter-UAV market heats up by John McHale, Military Embedded Systems

9: The key to preparing vehicles for A-PNT by Alan Simmonds, Themis Computer

10: Unmanned aircraft certification challenges by Mariana Iriarte, Military Embedded Systems

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