Download and open "SRT_Setup.dmg", then drag "Satellite Restriction Tracker" into the "Utilities" folder. Click the "Authenticate" button when prompted, then enter your Name and Password. Then eject the SRT installer and delete the SRT DMG file.
Open "Finder", click on "Applications" under "Favorites", and open the "Utilities" folder. Find "Satellite Restriction Tracker" in the list, hold down the Control key and click on it, then click "Open".
Mavericks will warn you that Satellite Restriction Tracker is not signed by Apple. Click "Open".
If Mono is not installed, Satellite Restriction Tracker will prompt you to download Mono. Click "Download..." to begin the download.
The Mono Project website may not render very well on classic Safari, but you should be able to find and click the "Download Mono" link under "Mono for macOS". Either the Visual Studio channel or the Stable channel will work.
When the Mono framework PKG has finished downloading, run the package and follow the instructions on the screen to install Mono on Mavericks.
When prompted, enter your Name and Password to allow the installation of Mono.
After the installation of Mono is complete, click "Close", then delete the Mono PKG file.
Open "Launchpad" and click on "Satellite Restriction Tracker". The application should now start.