Actually, when you buy PVDMs for a router, you will have a part number like this "PVDM2-16", this PVDM contains 1 DSP 16 channels each DSP (16x1= 16 Channels), this happens with PVDM2s because each DSP on those models contains 16 Channels (exception, the PVDM2-8 contains 1 DSP of 8 Channels).
Here is the Table:
PVDM2-8 8-Channel 1 DSP (TNETV2505GGW) Module
PVDM2-16 16-Channel 1 DSP (TNETV2510GGW) Module
PVDM2-32 32-Channel 2 DSP (TNETV2510GGW) Module
PVDM2-48 48-Channel 3 DSP (TNETV2510GGW) Module
PVDM2-64 64-Channel 4 DSP (TNETV2510GGW) Module
We have PVDM2-8, -16, -32, -48 & -64; you just need to do the math in order to know the amount of channels per DSP.
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