In this work, the electrical characteristics and the reliability of 80nm thick deposited oxides annealed in NO and N2O on the 4H-SiC Si-face for gate oxide application in MOS devices is analyzed by C-V, I-V measurements and by constant current stress. Compared to thermally grown oxides, the deposited oxides annealed in N2O or NO showed improved electrical properties. Dit-values lower than 1011cm-2eV-1 have been achieved for the NO sample. The intrinsic QBD-values of deposited and annealed oxides are one order of magnitudes higher than the highest values reported for thermally grown oxides. Also MOSFETS were fabricated with a channel mobility of 20.05 cm2/Vs for the NO annealed deposited oxide. Furthermore annealing in NO is preferred to annealing in N2O regarding µFE- and QBD-values.