The equipment required to do radio astronomy is basically; a radio telescope, some circuit boards, plus some software. My radio telescope, a 7.5' dish antenna, is centered on 4GHz and is equatorially mounted. The circuits have been drawn and the parts lists made. The needed items have been identified and when $400 is raised they will be purchased. I have the steel to fabricate the base frame and also need to make a worm gear for the ring gear on the equatorial head, plus fabricate adapter brackets to attach the dish to the head.
Monitor Jupiter for increased radio signal indicating another impact has sent matter into the Jovian magnetosphere. There is a correlation between comets causing this but not asteroids, so only comatary impacts can be monitored and compared to visual images which have previously indicated impacts. The possibility exists to include infrared observations for asteroid impacts.