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Diode Transistor Logic

By adding transistors and a few additional components to Diode Logic gates, we can overcome the problems inherent with gates using only passive components. The result is Diode Transistor Logic. Now we can build logic structures of indefinite length and complexity. However, there are still a few issues that must be addressed to make these gates work properly.




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