We have analyzed three flare events with subsecond structures in hard X-rays (CGRO/ BATSE) and 17 GHz data (Nobeyama radioheliograph). It was shown that microwave subsecond brightenings (SSB) were generated by directly precipitating electrons with energy of 100-200 keV from tiny regions close to footpoints. In two events, when high correlation between microwaves and X-rays was observed, the SSB can be interpreted in terms of gyrosynchrotron emission. Plasma emission seems to be a more credible explanation of the spontaneous pulses in the event when poor correlation with X-rays was observed.