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We demonstrate broadband RF channelizers based on microcombs with 49 GHz and 200 GHz FSRs. Up to 92 parallel channels and an instantaneous bandwidth of up to 8.08 GHz are achieved, together with high-resolution RF spectral channelization and shaping. This approach is promising for high-performance integrated photonic RF receivers and processors.