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

Wireless Projection over an existing Wi-Fi network offers several benefits: This solution leverages an existing connection which can significantly reduce the time it takes to project content. The PC does not need to manage two simultaneous connections (a Wi-Fi connection and a Wi-Fi Direct connection to the receiver), each of which would only get half the maximum bandwidth.

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

Overview. 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. In order to provide Windows users with seamless wireless projection experiences, Windows 10 relies on ...

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

The same casting experience available on Microsoft's Surface Hub and Windows has finally arrived on Xbox One! 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.