Tom Dombrowsky is an engineer with extensive experience with the allocation and licensing of electromagnetic spectrum.  In particular, he has worked with all levels of the Federal government (such as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), National Telecommunications and Information Agency (NTIA), Department of Defense) in aiding clients to understand and advocate technical issues supporting use of spectrum for wireless services.

Most recently, Tom has been engaged in advice and support of clients concerning the technical and policy implications for 5G (next generation mobile), Internet of Things (IoT), and the reallocation of broadcast television spectrum to mobile providers.  He also assists clients before the FCC and NTIA on net neutrality and open internet network technical requirements for wireless networks as well as licensing of new technology.  Tom also has provided advice on enhanced 911, equipment certification, unlicensed services such as Wi-Fi and LTE-U/LAA, and other technical and policy matters.

Thomas is not a lawyer.