The research will be conducted in the Sodankylä Geophysical Observatory ( having over a 100-year heritage in long-term geophysical measurements. Sodankylä Geophysical Observatory was established in 1913 by Finnish Academy of Science and Letters to perform geophysical measurements and research. Measurements of the Earth’s magnetic field began on 1st January 1914. The observatory became an independent research department of the University of Oulu in 1st   August 1997. Sodankylä Geophysical Observatory performs continuous measurements of the geomagnetic activity, cosmic radio noise, seismic activity, ionospheric composition and structure as well as cosmic rays. The observatory operates two ionospheric radars and plays an active role in the scientific and technical research related to the large infrastructures namely EISCAT 3D and FIN-EPOS.