16f876 that I can use in place with 16k program memory


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    Default 16f876 that I can use in place with 16k program memory

    Hello friends, if anyone can help me? I use in my project a pic 16F876 / 20mhz without any problem ..., what happens is that I am at the limit of the 8k of program memory, that another microcontroller I can use that has 16k of program memory and that has the same pinning because it does not Can I change my pcb?




    Thank you very much

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    My first thought was the 18F452 with 32K program space
    My RAM is failing

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    Secondly; 18F25K22 very often used.

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    One of my projects started with a 18f452, then changed to 4620, then a 4680 then a 18f4685 (92k). All had the same pin connections for my purposes. So you have plenty of options.
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