Monocrystalline β-SiC films have been chemically vapor deposited on Si(100) and c-SiC(0001) at 1660K-1823K and 0.1 MPa using SiH4 and C2H4 carried in H2. Films grown directly on Si(100) contained substantial concentrations of dislocations, stacking faults and antiphase boundaries (APB); those on α-SiC(0001) contained double positioning boundaries. Both the APBs and the double positioning boundaries were eliminated by using off-axis orientations of the respective substrates. Films produced on Si(100) have also been doped during growth and via ion implantation with B or Al (p-type) or P or N (n-type) at LN, room and elevated temperatures. Results from the former procedure showed the ionized dopant/total dopant concentration ratios for N, P, B and Al to be 0.1, 0.2, 0.002 and 0.01, respectively. The solubility limits of N, P and B at 1660K were determined to be ∼ 2E20, 1E18 and 8E18 cm−3, respectively; that of Al exceeds 2E19 cm−3. High temperature ion implantation coupled with dynamic and post annealing resulted in a markedly reduced defect concentration relative to that observed in similar research at the lower temperatures. Schottky diodes, p-n junctions, and MOSFET devices have been fabricated. The p-n junctions have the characteristics of insulators containing free carriers and deep level traps. The MOSFETs show very good I-V characteristics up to 673K, but have not been optimized.