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Two special fine structures observed with the 5.2-7.6 GHz high temporal and spectral resolution spectrometer of Beijing Astronomical Observatory (BAO) are described and analyzed in this paper. Because they appear as the letters N and M on dynamic spectra, we call them centimetric type N and type M bursts, respectively. They have very short durations (about 500 ms and 300 ms), small flux densities (tens of SFU), narrow bandwidth (relative bandwidth about 10%), and very small polarization degreedoi:10.1051/0004-6361:20011121 fatcat:csxicbjpgrh55ost4im2ihmghu