Aerological equipment consists of a ground station, a set of antennas and their components and a radiosonde. The upper-air complex is used to probe atmospheric layers, in order to determine the properties of the air and the characteristics of some atmospheric processes by launching radiosondes. The radio probe is able to transmit information about the speed and direction of wind, temperature, humidity, as well as air pressure at different altitudes. This information allows you to explore and track the state of the atmosphere.