We have studied the crystalline and electrical properties of AlInN/GaN superlattices (SLs) and strained AlN/GaN SLs on GaN grown by metalorganic vapor phase epitaxy. A (0001) sapphire substrate was used. The SLs were grown using N2 carrier gas. X-ray analysis showed the eighth order satellite peak in AlInN/GaN SLs. Hall measurement showed an electron mobility of 946 cm2/Vs at highest (a sheet carrier density of 2.9x1012 cm-2) for AlInN/GaN 5SLs on GaN at 295K, and showed a value of 11432 cm2/Vs (1.99x1012cm-2) at 170K, and a value of 2610 cm2/Vs (3.38x1012cm-2) at 295K for AlN/GaN 10SLs on GaN.