Single-pulse radio emission from pulsars has been observed to vary both in intensity and position inside the pulse window. In some cases the variations show a rather regular structure (drifting subpulses). Such a regular structure can clearly be studied by fluctuation spectral analysis. The analysis has identified some particular peculiarities in the fluctuation spectra at different longitudes of the pulse window in many pulsars (Backer 1973, Page 1973, Popov and Smirnova 1982). In pulsars with complex integrated profiles (PSR 1919+21, PSR 1237+25) narrow features in the fluctuation spectra vary strongly with longitude, at some longitudes being quite undistinguishable.