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https://docs.microsoft.com/.../design/device-experiences/wireless-projection-understanding

Wireless Projection over an existing Wi-Fi network. It has been observed that in 90% of cases, when a User starts a Wireless Projection stream, the device they are using is already connected to an existing Wi-Fi network, either in a home or a business.

https://docs.microsoft.com/.../design/device-experiences/wireless-projection

Wireless Projection enables a user to mirror their screen content to a wireless receiver such as a TV or media device. This creates the ability to project content from a PC to a larger screen for the purposes of sharing and collaboration.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/wireless-display/9nblggh3zw34

Microsoft's Wireless Display app lets you wirelessly project your Windows or Android based devices to your Xbox One. - Instantly share photos you've just taken with family and friends without having the photos sync through a cloud service.

https://docs.microsoft.com/.../wireless-projection-implementing-over-existing-network

Since the release of the Creators Update, Windows has been updated to support Wireless Projection over an existing Wi-Fi network. It is implemented on all Windows devices running the Creators Update including Windows, Surface Hub, Surface Hub 2S and Xbox.