Kent Aldenderfer is a regulatory consultant advising clients in the satellite and international telecommunications industries. He assists in the development of applications for satellites and earth stations before the U.S. Federal Communication Commission and foreign telecommunications regulatory authorities, and in preparing comments in rulemaking proceedings affecting client interests.
Kent has an in-depth understanding of the licensing processes for U.S. commercial and experimental applications, license modifications, and authorization renewals for satellite and earth station operations. Kent also has conducted extensive research regarding foreign market access for satellite and international telecommunications services in countries around the world. He helps clients obtain regulatory authority and implement cost-effective solutions that ensure compliance with applicable regulations.
Kent has special interest and expertise in U.S. and international space law and policy issues. He is actively involved in professional organizations that are developing solutions to emerging issues in the field – from evaluating approaches to space situational awareness and orbital debris issues to developing new legal regimes and policies governing such matters. His experience also includes extensive work on U.S. export control compliance matters.