We investigated the optical, electrical and structural properties of the layer which was implanted with sulfur ion(S+) in 4H-SiC. By using the high temperature ion implantation technique more less residual defects were observed compared with the room temperature ion implantation by Rutherford backscattering spectrometry and channeling(RBS-channeling). After annealing at 1700°C there was no significant difference between the implanted sample and virgin sample in crystallinity within the detection limit of RBS-channeling. From the result of low temperature photoluminescence(LTPL) we could see the photoluminescences, so-called D1 and D2center, originating in the defects formed by ion implantation and post-annealing(∼1700°C) processes and confirmed that their intensities decreased with the increasing of the total dose of S+. The result of Hall effect measurement suggested that the conduction type of S+-implanted layer is n-type and their activation energies were 275meV and 410meV by the fitting of neutrality equation assuming the two activation energies for the hexagonal and cubic lattice sites in 4H-SiC.