At 13.51 24/02/02, you wrote:
The following matter has nothing to do with LF but as former editor and
corrector of VERON magazine Electron I nevertheless take the liberty to
beg your opinion on it.
In our country units that are derived from the names of scientists are
written with a lower case letter; for instance volt, ampère, watt, etc.;
not Volt, Ampère, Watt. When abbreviated we use a capital letter, so V, A,
W etc. We also write "5 ohm, not 5 Ohms" (no plural). And we insert a
space between the number and the unit: "3 V and not 3V".
I wonder what the rules are in other countries, inside [including the
UK :-)] and outside Europe because I see a lot of variations in spelling
of units on the reflector.
73, Dick, PA0SE
Same here in Italy, Dick. I don't have my metrology book at hand, but you
are simply following International System's rules. Often disattended...
By instance, look at the ARRL Handbook. Almost all ok, but they take
plurals (ohms, volts).
Marco Bruno - IK1ODO