Variable non-thermal radio emission from Galactic X-ray binaries is a trace of relativistic jets, created near accretion disks. The spectral characteristics of a lot of radio flares in the X-ray binaries with jets (RJXB) is discussed in this report. We carried out several long daily monitoring programs with the RATAN-600 radio telescope of the sources: SS433, Cyg X-3, LSI +61°303, GRS 1915+10 and some others.
Many flaring RJXB show, exponential and power laws of flare decay. Moreover, these different laws could be present in one or several flares and commonly flare decays are faster at a higher frequency. The decay law seems to change because of geometric form of the conical hollow jets. The synchrotron and inverse Compton losses could explain general frequency dependences in flare evolution.