# Find spectrum equation of signal

I have the following graph and I'm trying to acquire the equation of the shown spectrum, but despite being a visually simple signal, I haven't been able to figure it out.

Graph:

What I've tried:

To me this looks like a DSB-modulated signal of triangular pulses cut at half by a low-pass filter, so the equation I came up with is the following:

$$X(f)=4\left( tri\left({{f-1}\over{2}}\right)+ tri\left({{f+1}\over{2}}\right) \right)rect\left({{f}\over{2}}\right) \\ X_{DSB}(f)={1 \over 2}X(f-9)+{1 \over 2}X(f+9)$$

Result:

The resulting plot of $X(f)$ (can be found here) is nowhere near the one I'm trying to achieve.

Question:

What's the equation $X(f)$ of the depicted spectrum and where do I err in my attempt?

$$X(f)=4\ rect\left({f}\over{2}\right)-2\ tri\left(f\right) \\ X_{DSB}(f)={1 \over 2}X(f-9)+{1 \over 2}X(f+9)$$