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Knowledge of the longitudinal beam parameters is important for understanding beam dynamics in linacs. As well as with transverse optics, the settings for the RF cavities have to be established and phase and amplitude seen by the beam must be determined in order to guarantee a stable motion in the longitudinal plane. This work presents an extension of the most widely used phase scan method, relying on time-of-flight, using only transverse positions measured at a few selected BPMs downstream ofdoi:10.18429/jacow-ibic2019-wepp033 fatcat:bxhinpu3infynny5wnh6agmqey