So for explosives that utilize an impact fuse such as shape charged warheads in addition to rocket motors that require only an electric detonator for launch are simplistic enough so that the EMP-like effect of Minovsky particles don't prevent their operation or worse, missfire.
Basically, yes. We've never heard of anything like that going wrong.
I'm not sure what the TOW wires are comprised of and I'm assuming copper and from all the research I did on EMP and copper wiring I did is that copper are very effective conductors of electricity which would fry any electronic and electric-based systems not properly shielded like a grounded Faraday cage. Minovsky Particles, as far as I know, would disrupt said signals sent through the wires. So what would allow such signals to allow the Optically-tracked portion of the TOW equation to work effectively under high Minovsky Particle densities if the Wire-guided is exposed to said interference?
Clearly, whatever wires that are used aren't affected by Minovsky Particles, be they copper or something else (We have no idea what they actually are, or if different wires are used by different weapons, as Gundam doesn't go that
in depth most of the time
). One would assume this also applies to the various other wired weapons we see used, like those on the Neue Ziel and other non-Newtype suits, but clearly, it's an issue they took care of early on.