Electro-momentum coupling is a macroscopically observable material response resulting from heterogeneous piezoelectric media with microscale asymmetries that produce unique cross-coupling between the bulk momentum of the material and the generated electric field. Recently, Pernas-Salomon et al. used a one-dimensional transmission line model to demonstrate that the electro-momentum coupling effect must be considered in order to retrieve physically meaningful effective properties of heterogeneous media with subwavelength asymmetries [Wave Motion106, 102797, (2021)]. This work presents the specialization of their transmission line model to the classical impedance tube measurement technique in which the scattering coefficients and the spatial averages of the mechanical and electrical fields of a one-dimensional material can be measured in order to obtain estimates of the frequency-dependent effective properties of an electro-momentum coupled sample. We investigate an idealized analytical approximation and then a finite element model of the realistic impedance tube configurations in order to link the analytical model to realistic experimental conditions and geometry. We then provide preliminary test results extracted from an electro-momentum coupled unit cell in a water-filled impedance tube. [Research sponsored by the Defense Advance Research Project Agency and the Army Research Office and was accomplished under Grant No. W911NF-20-1-0349.]