Asynchronous Transfer Mode Knockout Switch – An N-input N-output packet switch in which all inputs and outputs are working at the same bit rate is called as the Knockout Switch. Each fixed-length packet contains the address of the output port and in a time-slotted style, fixed-length packets arrives on the N-input. The Knockout switch has application in both virtual circuit and Datagram packet networks. We can control the average number of packet arrivals destined for a given output but we have no control on the specific arrival time of packets, on the inputs and their associated output addresses.
LANGUAGE USED: VHSIC Hardware Description Language (VHDL).
VHSIC – Very High Speed Integrated Circuit
ModelSim XE III 6.4b: is used for Simulation.
Xilinx ISE 10.1: is used for Synthesis.
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