Abstract: A frequency agile spread spectrum radio system which is capable of efficient frequency re-use and frequency sharing. The receiver adaptively learns which frequencies to avoid. The transmitter sends redundant transmissions on widely separated pseudo-random carrier frequencies to overcome jammed channels. A coded preamble is used to provide a greatly enhanced hybrid form of Time Division Multiple Access/Frequency Division Multiple Access for co-existence and frequency re-use with nearby systems. Anti-jam margins of 60 to 90 dB can be inexpensively achieved, far exceeding that of traditional direct sequence systems.