Paper Title
Efficient NoC Router Method in VLSI using Packet Switching Method

A New Network-On-Chip (NoC) that handles accurate localizations of the faulty parts of the NoC. The proposed NoC is based on new error detection mechanisms suitable for dynamic NoC, where the number and position of processor elements or faulty blocks vary during runtime. The design is compatible with high speed to be used in Xilinx FPGA-based system. The ability to provide multiple display resolutions and a customizable internal FIFO make the proposed architecture suitable for several FPGA devices. In the existing method, adaptive routing algorithm errors mechanisms are able to distinguish permanent and transient errors and localize accurately the position of the faulty blocks data bus, input port, output port in the NoC routers, while preserving the throughput, the network load, and the data packet latency. In the Proposed router, Packet Switching method is introduced. We provide localization capacity analysis of the presented mechanisms, NoC performance evaluations, and field-programmable gate array synthesis. The proposed router will consume less delay and area than the existing router. Address based routing algorithm provides header value to the packet and fixed the header value also assign remaining values as data. The header values are fixed with the help of packet valid. During the transmission which path have to select assign that port only enable and remaining two ports are disable. When change the header value just changes the packet valid value then automatically the next bit will be assigned data values. Each packet contains address information that identifies the sending computer and intended recipient. Using these address, network switches and routers determinant how best to transfer the packet between hops on the path to its destination. Keywords - NOC, FPGA, Packet Switching, Routing Algorithm, Packet Format.