News of Note—Deutsche Telekom challenges 5G auction rules; Google gets waiver for Soli sensors and more

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Google received a waiver from the FCC to operate its radar-based Soli sensors at higher power levels than currently allowed. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we're following today: 

> Deutsche Telekom has taken legal action against Germany's telecom regulator over the rules attached to the country's forthcoming auction of 5G spectrum, according to mainstream press reports. Light Reading article

> Google has gained a waiver from the FCC to operate its radar-based Soli sensors at higher power levels than currently allowed and to use them on airplanes. ZDNet article

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> Spanish telecom operators Vodafone and Orange are planning to work with Chinese vendors Huawei and ZTE on pilot 5G projects. RCR Wireless News article

> Sigfox has developed a bite-size tracker that can be inserted into the horns of rhinos to help conservationists monitor and protect the endangered species. Reuters story

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