This paper validates the accuracy of a high order accuracy CFD code on predicting near field signatures of sonic boom propagation. The flow near the body is solved using a structured grid Euler solver with low diffusion E-CUSP schemes, 3rd order MUSCL scheme, and 3rd and 5th order WENO schemes. Three benchmark cases, including two non-lifting models and one lifting model, are calculated. The predicted results are in good agreement with that of experiment data. For the Delta wing configuration, the mesh provided by the workshop generates a smooth expansion wave at the off-track plane. When the mesh is refined, a shock coalesced by the compression waves from the wing tip is captured and it generates a weak shock wave interacting with the expansion.