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In this paper, we study the stabilization of multirate networked control systems with norm bounded uncertainties in the input channels. The key idea is to use the channel resource allocation, i.e., given the overall capacity of the transmission network, we do have the freedom to allocate the capacities among different input channels. With this idea, we successfully show that a multirate networked control system could be stabilized by state feedback under an appropriate resource allocation if and only if the overall network capacity is larger than the topological entropy of the plant. We also apply the result to multirate quantized networked control systems. A sufficient condition for stabilization is obtained which involves a trade-off between the densities of time quantization and spatial quantization.