Suppose I have an experimental lossy transmission line, being fed a sine voltage wave of known frequency and amplitude, with a known characteristic impedance that is terminated by a perfectly matched load impedance. With the aid of R', G', L', and C', how can I find the amplitude at the end of the transmission line? It is fair to assume that there are no reflections.
I have already found the phase difference, but am struggling to get the correct answer for amplitude. I've found the propagation constant (K) and attempted to find V~(z) = V0+ * e^(-Kz), where z is the length of the transmission line, and then taking the modulus of V~(z), but am getting a much smaller value compared to an experimentally determined value. Thanks for any help.