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This paper considers stabilization of discrete-time linear systems, where network exists for transmitting the sensor and controller information, and arbitrary bounded packet loss occurs between the sensor and controller, and between the controller and actuator. The stabilization of this system is transformed into the robust stabilization of a set of systems. A novel stability result is given for this system, which is specially applied on model predictive control (MPC) that explicitly considers the satisfaction of input and state constraints. A synthesis approach of MPC, parameterizing the infinite horizon control moves into a single state feedback law, is proposed. A simulation example is given to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed MPC.