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In this paper, based on practical industrial process control, a typical configuration for singular networked control systems (SNCSs) is analyzed. First, the problem of modeling for a class of singular networked control systems, in which the networked-induced delay is uncertain and less than a sampling period, is studied. The sufficient condition for the stability of the SNCSs is proposed, and the corresponding state feedback controller is also derived via Lyapunov stability theory and linear matrix inequality approach. Finally, a numerical example is given to illustrated the effectiveness of the proposed method.