I have noted the following scenario:
One leg was affected by VSWR and thus cause one dtru to be out of service.
After measurement of distance to fault using site master i found there was water inside the polyphaser connected between feeder and jumper.
However i was not able to dry he polyphaser due to its shape,thus i decided to bypass the polyphaser.
when that is done you also get the rx diversity lost on that dtru.
when the plyphaser is reconnected the diversity alarm disappears.
We may start frm there to re-establish a complete sln towards the diversity lost alarms.
Any one can volunteer