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Diode-transistor logic (DTL) is a class of digital circuits built from bipolar junction transistors (BJT), diodes and resistors; it is the direct ancestor of transistor-transistor logic.

See also: resistor-transistor logic (RTL), transistor-transistor logic (TTL), emitter coupled logic (ECL).

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DTL's budget is up to more than 95 percent covered by membership fees and donations which guaranties the organisation's independence.
DTL is fostering and supporting local self-help groups, especially those which were set up by members and offer support to members of that region.
Since the foundation of DTL, a registered charity, in 1986 the situation on Tinnitus in our country has dramatically changed to the better, although it is still far away from being satisfactorily.
Managing content for publishers worldwide - Express Computer (1103 words)
DTL offers an applicant-tracking system for corporations that are involved in temporary staffing services or employ a high percentage of temporary employees.
DTL uses this model in Mumbai, and plans to move to other cities and recreate a similar model as its business scales up.
DTL is now focussing on increasing the revenues it earns from its top clients.
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