Deep Ultra Violet (UV) emitters are of particular interest for applications including, but not limited to, biological detection and sterilization. Within the III-Nitride material system, Aluminum Gallium Nitride (AlxGa1-xN) alloys are the most promising for UV device fabrication due to the wide, direct band gap. The growth of high quality AlxGa1-xN alloys via Metal Organic Vapor Phase Epitaxy (MOVPE) is challenging due to large sticking coefficient of the Al species compared to that of Ga and also the high reactivity of Al precursors. As a result, films are often characterized by large dislocation densities, cracks, and poor conductivity. Digital alloy growth, or Short Period Superlattices (SPS), consisting of layers of binary or ternary alloys with a period thickness of a few monolayers has been shown to be a viable means of growing high quality ternary alloys via Metal Organic Vapor Phase Epitaxy (MOVPE). In certain materials, such as AlGaInP, the electronic properties of digitally grown alloys differ considerably from the equivalent random alloy. Specifically, the bandgap has been shown to differ significantly from the equivalent random alloy. As a result, digital alloy growth presents the potential to further engineer material properties. However, the influence of digital growth on the electronic properties of III-Nitride alloys has not been extensively characterized. This study focuses on Aluminum Gallium Nitride (AlxGa1-xN) alloys grown using a digital technique via MOVPE. The influence of the growth technique over a wide range of compositions is reported along with the electronic properties.