Abstract

The communication inside an Integrated Chip (IC) is nowadays done by the technology called Network on Chip (NoC).NoC uses packet transfer methodology instead of signal. NoCs improves the scalability and power efficiency of multicore ICs. Similarly, the chances of failures or faults in on-chip components are also high. Apart from the physical and logical fault occurs in NoC, nowadays Malicious Trojan’s (MalT) threats the NoC security. Malicious Trojan’s are the hardware virus which causes more trouble in multicore ICs. Bio-inspired NoC is another method to detect and destroy the  Trojans and it also provides fault tolerance in multicore ICs. In this work, we have determined the latency of NoC architecture without Trojans or fault. We have applied synthetic Trojans and faults to the NoC architecture and detected it during the simulation. The latency for this case is also noted. This novel Bio-NoC structure eliminates the applied Trojans, as well as  faults and the latency for this process, is determined. It is showed that this novel Bio-NoC provides better results compared to the affected NoC. The outputs are compared with already existing technologies such as synaptogenesis and sprouting based NoC technologies.